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SubjectRe: CLONE_NAMESPACE, links for dirs and mount(2) for normal users questions
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[Remi Turk]
> Do I understand correctly that this means hardlinks to directories
> (except . and ..) are fundamentally impossible in Linux?

Why do you want to be able to do that? Use symlinks or loopback mounts
and stay out of trouble.

> (I'm thinking about trying to write a garbage collected filesystem
> with hardlinks to directories.)

Sounds like a lot of extra complexity. Is this academic or do you have
a practical use for it?

Peter
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