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10.4: Change a disk's mount point
Authored by: gidds on Aug 11, '05 02:19:28PM
A much safer and easier way to achieve approximately the same effect is just to create a symbolic link. In the Terminal, type:
ln -s /Volumes/mydrive mypath/mynewdir
and Bob's your uncle!

Alternatively, if you just want to move your home directory, simply set a new home directory in NetInfo. (That lets you put different home directories on different drives, too.)


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10.4: Change a disk's mount point
Authored by: Gigacorpse on Aug 12, '05 11:29:43AM

That's what I do and it is the easiest way to go for moving the home directory.

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