mount_union (was /etc /usr/etc /usr/local/etc
> > Only if he installs packages on the file server only, which is not what
> > he should do.
> > If he also installs the package on the workstation, then that link will
> > get created automatically.
> Then, if he has many workstations, he must install the package many+1
which gets to a (non-existant? :) solution to one of my problems. While
using macbsd, I found a "mount_union" operation, which allowed a second
file system to be mounted at the same point. This would seem to be
ideal for networks: mount the server's /usr behind the local, allowing
it to be searched if there is not a local file. do we have an
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