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comment Linking /proc/mnt to /proc/mounts
Oh, also, my ln command was backwards, sorry. Fixed!
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comment Linking /proc/mnt to /proc/mounts
You could use another path too if /tmp isn't working, like /etc. You also don't need a symlink at all - just copy the contents of /proc/mounts into your new file.
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comment Script to insert line into files in sub-dirs
If you're using GCC, you could go one step further and use -include headerfile.h on the command line. No source code changes at all!