In the last episode (Apr 08), Paul D. Smith said:
> %% "Fred Lindberg" <lindberg@stripped> writes:
> > Also, in theory, a set of computers should be able to share /usr
> > (e.g. mouted from one NFS server), and then mount their own
> > /usr/local on top of that.
> Hmm. I don't think I've ever heard of an NFS implementation that let
> you mount another filesystem on top of an NFS filesystem. You can't
> even mount other NFS filesystems, much less local ones.
This is getting off-topic, but you've always been able to do this. If
you can't mount a volume on top of an NFS volume, how could you
possibly mount a foreign site (like my machine) that has separate / and
/usr? You mount dan:/ onto /mnt/ first, then mount dan:/usr onto