I have access to a VM which on a different network at work using NIS. (Debian by the way)
This VM has about 10 extra /directories in / when I log in. They do not exist on that VM alone, they are publicly hosted directories (I know where to access some of them via Windows shared drives as well).
I'm trying to figure out how to create the same directory structure on my own VM where I have root access.
But I've been unable to figure out how these were mounted. I searched the config and init files as best I could and didn't find anything useful, just some dead ends. Using the mount command I only see 3 mounts listed, all in deeper /sub/directories (ie. /home/myuser). Any ideas?