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Lest say I mount a usb drive to /mnt and next I run this...
mount --bind /mnt /tmp/test.d
It's a successful bind, but now when I run
lsblk only the bind point shows.
How can I get all bound and original mount points listed?
When I use
findmnt, it shows both, but it doesn't tell me which one is the original mount point. How can I learn this?