Re: A question
Martin Str|mberg writes:
> How does the system handle this scenario:
> Suppose you have / and /usr on different partitions.
> Before the system mount the usr partition it creates some files under the
> directory /usr, and then mounts the usr partition on /usr.
It won't mount! I tried this very same thing like this:
I created a ordinary text file under /floppy. I then attempted to mount a
floppy to that directory and got back.....
mount: /dev/fd0 already mounted or /floppy is busy
Attempting a "umount /dev/fd0" wields a message of "umount: /dev/fd0: not
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