Re: /usr mapped to /
> Wouldn't this mess about /bin:/usr/bin and /lib:/usr/lib be solved by
> a creative use of directory mapping (or whatever that Hurd feature is
I do believe hurd supports such overlays, but I have no idea which FM to
>How does it work? Make /usr a translator... or no, / would
> have to be some funky fs type... I confess I don't know the details.
> Can there be a real /usr in which `tar' would put stuff beginning with
> /usr, and whose contents would appear in / behind those in the "real"
> / ?
Dunno - where would I find this in dox?
(why do I think I'm going to be told to RTFCode?)
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