Re: /usr/doc and /usr/share/doc on different partitions
On Tue, 19 Oct 1999, Nathan E Norman wrote:
> On Tue, 19 Oct 1999, Santiago Vila wrote:
> : On Mon, 18 Oct 1999, Jon K. Hellan wrote:
> : > Hi,
> : >
> : > As my /usr has grown, /usr/doc and /usr/share/doc has ended up in
> : > different partitions. Symlinks from /usr/doc to ../share/doc or vice
> : > versa do not work.
> : >
> : > Should this be considered a bug in the packages, or am I doing
> : > something which is not supported.
> : I think you are doing something which is not supported.
> : If you mount a filesystem under /usr/share/doc everything should
> : work just fine. If you have strange symlinks maybe not.
> /usr/share on a separate partition from /usr isn't supported?
I wonder all the time what exactly could be meant by 'do not work'
(but I have already deleted the original message, so I can't ask the
author). Without this and a copy of fstab and what symlinks already
exist in the filesystem (ie is /usr/doc or /usr/share/doc already a
symlink to some place) it is very hard to guess what really could go
wrong at all (except something unsupported:).
Bj"orn Brill <email@example.com>
Frankfurt am Main, Germany