devfsd and device rights
vmann at vmann.net
Wed Jan 17 11:47:46 PST 2001
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On Wednesday 17 January 2001 10:19 am, Erika Pacholleck wrote:
> BUT: already when reading this I asked myself what is mount -t bind?
> And exactely that is what my systems asks me now when booting!
> There is no filesystem-type bind, nore an option bind to mount.
> Any ideas what might behind that line?
New option to mount added with 2.4.0 kernels, it allows you to mount one
portion of the filesystem multiple times in different places.
- From mount man page:
The type bind is not a filesystem type but allows remount
ing a part of the file hierarchy somewhere else. The call
is `mount -t bind olddir newdir' or `mount -t bind oldfile
newfile', or `mount --bind olddir newdir' with later
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