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Old 1st April 2009
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Default MS DOS volume labels?

I am writing an automounter using devd

anyone know how I can get the DOS labels from
USB HDD and sticks?

or any disk query tips,
I know geom,glabel,usbdevs,fdisk,
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I know vol [drive] should work on modern systems. Hmm, where did I put m y command reference. (edit: thought you meant through DOS, lol)
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glabel(8) should work for FAT32, from the manpage:

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Currently supported file systems are:

           o   UFS1 (directory /dev/ufs/).
           o   UFS2 (directory /dev/ufs/).
           o   MSDOSFS (FAT12, FAT16, FAT32) (directory /dev/msdosfs/).
           o   CD ISO9660 (directory /dev/iso9660/).
           o   EXT2FS (directory /dev/ext2fs/).
           o   REISERFS (directory /dev/reiserfs/).
           o   NTFS (directory /dev/ntfs/).
Which also answers the question where you can find the labels in /dev/.
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