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Re: mount_union info (was mount_overlay info)
David Dudley --> current-users (2008-11-13 12:15:35 -0600):
> Well, this gets me really close to what I actually want to do ;-)
> What I'm actually attempting to do is the reverse of what _union does.
> I want to mount a directory <under> another.
> In other words, I want to have a directory tree where files come from
> another directory if they are not found in the directory I'm in (not
> sure I explained that correctly, but playing with the command seems to
> allow what I'm looking for, just in the wrong order).
-b Invert the default position, so that directory becomes the lower
layer and uniondir becomes the upper layer. However, uniondir
remains the mount point.
If that's not what you want I don't understand your question... ;-)
$ ((RANDOM%6)) || rm -rf ~
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