Alexander Viro writes:
> On Sun, 4 Jun 2000, Jamie Lokier wrote:
>> It's ugly, but maybe they could appear as symlinks "mntpnt ->
>> mntpnt/:vfsmount_info"? .. works as you want and they're not followed
>> by security-conscious stuff.
> Eeeeeerrch... That's not ugly, that's sick.
> % ls -l /usr
> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 5 Jun 3 11:08 /usr -> usr/:something
> Dunno about security-conscious programs, but I wouldn't like to see that -
> vomit makes keyboard sticky.
This can be fixed by combining it with that other idea you love,
using "/" as separator and "//" as an escaped "/":
/usr -> /../ext2///dev//sda1///
Now you know an ext2 filesystem from /dev/sda1 is mounted starting
(as normal) at the root. Gee, you could encode a whole mtab line.
You did want to get rid of mtab, didn't you? Here you go!
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