Before you say "no", a workaround would also be fine.
Here is the situation: I have two machines
compile, both including the same
~ over nfs from a third machine
files. I would like to have a directory on
compile:/opt/foo/ instead of
files:~/foo/ for speed. But I want to still be able to work from
local without having to work on a different path.
I can sshfs mount
compile:/opt/foo/ locally on
local:~/compile/opt/foo/ but if I want to have one directory at the same path inside my
~ on both machines, symlinks don't seem to cut it, as they want to point at the same path.
Is there a solution for this problem that enables me to have my files sitting on the local drive of
compile instead of the nfs mount?
Note: I cannot gain root privileges on any of these machines.