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/* Define if you have the Andrew File System.  */
#undef AFS

/* Define one of the following to indicate how a program can
   get a list of mounted filesystems.  */

/* Define if there is no specific function for reading the list of
   mounted filesystems.  fread will be used to read /etc/mnttab.  [SVR2]  */
#undef MOUNTED_FREAD

/* Define if (like SVR2) there is no specific function for reading the
   list of mounted filesystems, and your system has these header files:
   <sys/fstyp.h> and <sys/statfs.h>.  [SVR3]  */
#undef MOUNTED_FREAD_FSTYP

/* Define if there is a function named getfsstat for reading the list
   of mounted filesystems.  [DEC Alpha running OSF/1]  */
#undef MOUNTED_GETFSSTAT

/* Define if there is a function named getmnt for reading the list of
   mounted filesystems.  [Ultrix]  */
#undef MOUNTED_GETMNT

/* Define if there is a function named getmntent for reading the list
   of mounted filesystems, and that function takes a single argument.
   [4.3BSD, SunOS, HP-UX, Dynix, Irix]  */
#undef MOUNTED_GETMNTENT1

/* Define if there is a function named getmntent for reading the list of
   mounted filesystems, and that function takes two arguments.  [SVR4]  */
#undef MOUNTED_GETMNTENT2

/* Define if there is a function named getmntinfo for reading the list
   of mounted filesystems.  [4.4BSD]  */
#undef MOUNTED_GETMNTINFO

/* Define if there is a function named listmntent that can be used to
   list all mounted filesystems. [UNICOS] */
#undef MOUNTED_LISTMNTENT

/* Define if there is a function named mntctl that can be used to read
   the list of mounted filesystems, and there is a system header file
   that declares `struct vmount.'  [AIX]  */
#undef MOUNTED_VMOUNT

/* Define one of the following to indicate how a program can obtain
   filesystems usage information.  */

/*  Define if  statfs takes 3 args.  [DEC Alpha running OSF/1]  */
#undef STAT_STATFS3_OSF1

/* Define if there is no specific function for reading filesystems usage
   information and you have the <sys/filsys.h> header file.  [SVR2]  */
#undef STAT_READ_FILSYS

/* Define if statfs takes 2 args and struct statfs has a field named f_bsize.
   [4.3BSD, SunOS 4, HP-UX, AIX PS/2]  */
#undef STAT_STATFS2_BSIZE

/* Define if statfs takes 2 args and struct statfs has a field named f_fsize.
   [4.4BSD, NetBSD]  */
#undef STAT_STATFS2_FSIZE

/* Define if statfs takes 2 args and the second argument has
   type struct fs_data.  [Ultrix]  */
#undef STAT_STATFS2_FS_DATA

/* Define if statfs takes 4 args.  [SVR3, Dynix, Irix, Dolphin]  */
#undef STAT_STATFS4

/* Define if there is a function named statvfs.  [SVR4]  */
#undef STAT_STATVFS

/* Define if the block counts reported by statfs may be truncated to 2GB
   and the correct values may be stored in the f_spare array.
   [SunOS 4.1.2, 4.1.3, and 4.1.3_U1 are reported to have this problem.
   SunOS 4.1.1 seems not to be affected.]  */
#undef STATFS_TRUNCATES_BLOCK_COUNTS