I found a doc a long time ago that suggested you create a soft link to
the mount point. ie
ln -s /mnt/cdrom /misc/cdrom
then cd /mnt/cdrom as usual..
Still, I haven't been able to get the autofs to work for years..
Paul Jakma wrote:
>> amd/autofs question:
>> is there any way to have the key to an automount point always be
>> eg, if i have automount setup with a "floppy" key in the /mnt directory,
> is there any way to have "see" that key even if it isn't mounted?
>> Basically i'd like automount points to be visible irregardless of
> whether they're are mounted or not. I tried with autofs a long time but
> it didn't seem to be possible. is it?
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