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Re: Determine mount point information



When I look at mount -v  I get:

/foo on /home/foo type none (rw,bind)

This is referred to as a bind mount (man mount). It allows you to mount a directory in multiple places in your filesystem. I use them when I have to provide the same directory to multiple chrooted places. I am not sure how it might have gotten on your system, but that is what you have.

Barry



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