Re: /usr mapped to /
>>>>> John Tobey writes:
JT> Wouldn't this mess about /bin:/usr/bin and /lib:/usr/lib be
JT> solved by a creative use of directory mapping (or whatever that
JT> Hurd feature is called)?
Actually, no. A symbolic link is the easiest way to achieve getting
things in /usr mapped to /.
The other issue is getting some things on / stored on one disk, and
other things stored on a different disk. That's the shadowfs that
hasn't been implemented yet.
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