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NFS mounting a directory of symbolic links to other directories

On Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 11:18:57AM -0500, Don Levey wrote:
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> Tom McLaughlin wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > Those links are pointing to paths on the local kid friendly machine
> > which don't exist.  Maybe create hardlinks on the NFS server instead
> > of symbolic ones?
> > 
> I forgot to mention: I tried hard links, but that failed.  A "normal"
> hard link failed with "hard link not allowed for directory" and using
> the "-d" option as root to force it gave me "Operation not permitted".

Try mount --bind the directories in kidsmusic instead. 


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