Re: /mnt/cdrom or /mnt ?
> In the case of a game, is a mount point enough?
you can mount /dev/game /mnt, what make perfecly sense
because the game can be sure where things can be found.
more problems when you start thinking of a backup-server.
assume you mount machine backup at /mnt and the drive you
write to at /cdrom (because you write a cdrom) or
whenever someone asks me why I program for NEXTSTEP, as I could be making
a lot more money writing for Windows I tell them "yea, well, I could make
even more money selling crack or robbing banks, but one must maintain a
certain level of dignity" (Kenneth C. Dyke, firstname.lastname@example.org)