a bit of /etc/fstab
/dev/sd2g /var/spool/news 4.2 rw 3 1
/dev/sd3g /news2 4.2 rw 4 1
/news2/news/alt /var/spool/news/alt lo rw 0 0
after boot, the partitions are mounted, but the lofs system is not.
when the boot has completed, i can say `mount -a' and the lofs system
becomes mounted. how do i get it mounted at boot?
4.1.3U1 on a Classic.
rc.boot/rc.local do not mount lofs, only 4.2 and nfs. one needs to add
intr [-a] mount -at lo
location of the mount for 4.2 and nfs seems to vary widely in the rcs.
email@example.com asked why i did not just use soft links. the reason is
that INN's expire does a chdir ../../foo/bar for crosslinked articles,
and that does not work across soft links.
Nate Itkin <Nate-Itkin@ptdcs2.intel.com>
firstname.lastname@example.org (Per Hedeland)
email@example.com (Syed Zaeem Hosain)
"Brian T. Wightman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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