Re: /usr/lib/X11 symlink problems
Alexander Koch <koch <at> tiscali.net> writes:
> I have quite an old install and my /usr/ was not large
> enough, so I copied it elsewhere and had /usr/lib/ be
> a symlink.
This was bound to break sooner or later on a package using symlinks, because
symlinks within /usr will be relative (policy 10.5).
> Obviously due to the (good or bad) decision to put /usr/lib/
> elsewhere a relative link does not work for me.
> Any good ideas or clever thoughts?
Use mount --bind instead of the /usr/lib symlink.