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>Subject: Re: symlinks don't work on samba mounted dir
>Date: Mon, 30 Mar 1998 17:49:17 PST
>>From: email@example.com (Christopher Faylor)
>>Subject: Re: symlinks don't work on samba mounted dir
>>Date: Fri, 27 Mar 1998 13:55:39 GMT
>>In article <3517C0BD.77426B1A@mediaone.net>,
>>Stuart Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>Symlinks don't seem to work on a remote (samba)
>>>mounted file system. If I do ln -s a b, then say cat b
>>>I get !<symlink>a.
>>>I mounted the dir with:
>>> mount -b m:/gnu /gnu
>>I've noticed this too. I don't think there is any way around this
>>other than to make the symlink on the remote system, if it is a UNIX
>Here's one to try, don't know if it will work:
>ln -s m:/gnu gnu
>ln -s /gnu/a b
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