I've got the following setup:
in the directory mnt i made a directory novell.
With ncpmount, i mounted the sys volume to this dir, using
ncpmount -S Server -U user /mnt.novell -b
Now i want to use a document from the novell server, but there's a picture inside it, with the location i:\data\picture.jpg
I may not change this.
I already tried to mkdir a i: and ncpmount to it, but then you would get a /i:/, and i need a i:\
Is there a way, when typing i:\ or i:, that you go to the proper dir: i:\ ?
Can you make a symbolic link to a directory in stead of a file?
I'm using ResHat 6.0, with ncpmount, and i'm not wanting to use caldera, since it's not totally supported on the RedHat system.