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    > I have noticed an odd behavour with symlinked directories under the
    > 2.0.22 kernel on the ext2 filesystem. When copying a file from a
    > symlinked directory using a relative destination, the file is copied not
    > to the location relative to the symlinked directory, but to the location
    > relative to the original directory.

    Did you check out the behavior under other filesystems and
    kernel versions?

    This is almost certainly a feature of your shell, and has
    nothing to do with the filesystem. If you're using tcsh,
    check the 'symlinks' variable. If you're using bash, look
    at 'nolinks' and '-P'. With zsh, examine 'CHASE_LINKS'.

    --
    Michael J. Micek, peripatetic philosopher. (currently) mmicek@muddcs.cs.hmc.edu

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