Alexander Langer wrote:
>> You probably have a symlink in the client path somewhere. Is /usr/home
>> a symlink to /home or something?
> drwxr-xr-x 7 root wheel 512 6 Mär 14:45 /usr/home/
> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root wheel 9 27 Feb 20:33 /home@ -> /usr/home
ok, that's not it, the /home symlink shouldn't matter... Or are any of
the affected directories (brenn, mp3, ncvs) symlinks? Or maybe your
/etc/fstab lists /home/foo instead of /usr/home/foo?
> However, that is not the point.
Well, if symlinks are involved I think this is a known bug. Would you
care to fix it? :-) Whether it's a bug in the mount(8) program, the
mount(2) syscall, or somewhere deeper, I don't know.
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