(Other than mkfs.vfat, that is.) Is there a way in Linux to have a filesystem mounted but to prevent symlinks from being made on it? It's fine if this needs to happen at the time the filesystem is ...
Does anyone know how to mount a remote SFTP path via SSHFS so that you can work with symlinks? When I do this, all the symlinks I create point to the wrong files (not the ones I linked to.) All the ...
I want to be able to mount, say /home/$USER/workspace to /usr/local/workspace. Right now I'm using the python package pyfilesystem which uses fuse to do that. My problem is, that inside that mount I ...
Before you say "no", a workaround would also be fine. Here is the situation: I have two machines local and compile, both including the same ~ over nfs from a third machine files. I would like to have ...
Symlinks have limitations in how functions like ls, mv, and cp can operate on them because unlike shell initiated commands like cd, these functions do not have information about how the user accessed ...
This one is probably easy for all of you, but I have never had to deal with such a nested local set of directories. If I have a path like: /mnt/media2/Archived\ Files/_Transfer/ is there a way to ...
Is it possible to set a symlink on a mountpoint? I have a mountpoint /vz. When I'm ln -s /var/lib/vz /vz the result is, that I have a directory vz in my mountpoint /vz, thus I have /vz/vz. Is there ...
How can one get the list of all the aliases of a file (including of type directory) efficiently, given that a file: may have multiple hard links, multipe soft links, multi-level soft links may be ...