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On Wed, 2006-01-04 at 20:07 +0100, Gudjon I. Gudjonsson wrote:
> Hi
> If you do 
> mkdir /var/chroot/sid-sarge-etch/media/Kingston
> cd /media
> rmdir Kingston
> ln -s /var/chroot/sid-sarge-etch/media/Kingston .
> and then insert your USB-stick, it should be visible in both places.
> I just tried it and it seems to work for me. Please post it if it works.

It works in that I can see the contents in the normal system and the
chroot. But now the filenames aren't consistent anymore. My chroot is
in /etch32. In /media, I now have

lrwxrwxrwx   1 root root   22 2006-01-04 21:17 Kingston
-> /etch32/media/Kingston

If I open a document by double-clicking on it, I get the error
'/etch32/media/Kingston/filename.ext does not exist'. So, from within
the 64 bit system, the filename points to the chroot. Ofcourse, from the
chroot, /etch32 does not exist, and so the file isn't found. Still some
more work to do, I guess...


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