Re: mount_union (was /etc /usr/etc /usr/local/etc
On Jul 21, Rick Hawkins wrote
> 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
I vaguely recall an IFS (inheriting file system) patch, that would allow you
to have e.g. /usr on a CD-ROM, and mount another filesystem read-write on
top of it, allowing you to add binaries to /usr/bin.
ART A friend of mine in Tulsa, Okla., when I was about eleven years old.
I'd be interested to hear from him. There are so many pseudos around taking
his name in vain.
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