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NFS mounting a directory of symbolic links to other directories

On Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 11:34:29AM -0500, Don Levey wrote:
> All symlinks - I can't make hardlinks to a directory.

You can use 'cp -al' to easily make hard links to a directory tree.

Hard links can't cross file system boundaries.  Are /base/music and 
/base/kidsmusic on the same file system?


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