symlink to /proc/mounts
gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Wed Jan 1 10:48:12 PST 2003
On January 1, 2003 11:41 am, Andries.Brouwer at cwi.nl wrote:
> Creating the mtab symlink
It's been a source of controversy.
Basically, if your personal uses warrant not using a symlink, then don't.
mount has been modified, it deals with it just fine. And if not, there's
always the -d option to mount and you can do something like "alias
the 'user' option may not work anymore, but often you mean to use 'users'
anyways (ie when it comes to cdroms you'd wnat everybody using your system
being able to umount the cdrom drive and insert his/her own, instead of
having to rely on the previous user to unmount the cdrom drive).
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