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Re: Breaking out of the emulation dir
hello. My understanding is that if namei can't find a file in the
/emul tree, it looks in the real root tree. So, if you just remove all
traces of the thing you want in the real tree from the emnulation tree,
you'll achieve the results you seek. The down side is that if you're
dealing with binary files which are potentially nonportable, you won't be
able to have different versions for different emulations.
On May 21, 3:44pm, Edgar =?iso-8859-1?B?RnXf?= wrote:
} Subject: Breaking out of the emulation dir
} What's the suggested method for breaking out of the emulation directory?
} I want <EMULDIR>/opt/tivoli/tsm/client/ba/bin/dsm.opt to be a symlink to
} I can achieve this with a considerable amount of ../, but that amount depends
} on the value of <EMULDIR>, more precisely, it's expanded value, which happens
} to be /usr/pkg/emul/linux32 in the case in question.
} I was thinking about a /emul/none -> / symlink.
} I'm not sure how the behaviour of the emulation sort-of-chroot is defined
} to be if it, for example, looks up /usr/local/foo/bar and e.g. a "real"
} /usr/local (or /usr/local/foo) exists, but /usr/local/foo
} (or /usr/local/foo/bar) doesn't.
} Is this documented anywhere? Has it change since 4.0?
>-- End of excerpt from Edgar =?iso-8859-1?B?RnXf?=
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