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NFS mounted /usr



I'm trying to build a small lan and being a bit short on HD space (250MB to
500MB tops) I wanted to have /home /usr and so forth be NFS mounted. I'm
currently having a problem in which the /usr partition that is exported is
corrupted by the client machine (broke exim when I installed ssmtp for
example).

Since I have obviously done something wrong in this I was wondering if
anyone could point me to some instructions for getting /usr to be ignored by
dpkg/apt/... in package installations.

TIA

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