How to change "/" from textmode to binmode?
Mon Apr 24 13:09:00 GMT 2000
--- Bob McGowan <email@example.com> wrote:
> In an earlier response to the original question, Chris Faylor suggested
> using 'mount -?' to get descriptions of options and that one of these
> should help. So I was trying out mount with different options, in
> different ways, and came up with a new issue.
> It appears that I can create an environment where / is mounted on 2
> different locations, one stored at the system level and one at the
> user. It would seem to me to make sense that 'mount' should not allow
> duplicates of system level mount points at the user level. Is this a
> valid conclusion?
I don't think your conclusion is valid, IMNSHO. I think the User MPT (mount
point table) should override the System MPT. That way the user can do what he
likes while providing a consistent default. I believe that this was the
purpose given to the innovation.
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