From: Dave Airlie (david.airlie at domain ul.ie)
Date: Thu 29 Apr 1999 - 18:26:15 IST
You have to mount the /mnt/ disk under the ftp site ...
Either that or maybe some sort of wierd loopback NFS mount might also do
it, nfs export /mnt to localhost and mount it under the FTP site ..
On Thu, 29 Apr 1999, Stephen Shirley wrote:
> First of all, sorry for sending that previous mail about
> the linuxmail accounts with the [ILUG SOCIAL] header. Type in the
> wrong address.
> Thanks to Mr. Liam Bedford for the info on how to write
> a bootable rh6.0 cd, which I have done, and will be available
> on ftp://184.108.40.206 as soon as someone can answer this question:
> I have ftp based in /home/ftp. I have the iso image on /mnt/e. There
> room on any other drive for it ( it's 541mbs). I'm not allowed make a
> hard link from the /home/ftp dir to the iso file ( complains about being
> different filesystems/drives /etc.), so what do I do? A soft link
> don't do anything except generate a "no such directory" when I try to
> access the file in ftp... ... so what do I do?
> It was quiet... too quiet.
> Then it was loud... too loud.
> Quiet again... too quiet.
> And once more, loud... way too loud.
> "Damn snooze button," I mumbled to
> myself as I got out of bed and
> checked the time: late... too late.
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