Re: Symbolic links behaviour
On Tue, Apr 06, 1999 at 05:05:55PM +0200, Ruben Leote Mendes wrote:
> My /usr/local directory is mounted in /mnt/local.
> If I cd to /usr/local and type "ls .." it lists the contents of /mnt
> and not of /usr as I would expect. Is this the normal behaviour?
> All relative symbolic links that point outside of /usr/local stopped
> working also.
> I have to move other directories to new partitions because the disk
> space is getting low. Is there a way of doing this without having to
> change all relative links to absolute links?
Why don't you just mount the parition under /usr/local?