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Symlink or Mount?


Dave-ee Jones
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Heyo!

I am trying to mount a directory into another directory, like so:

/root/udisk/payloads
to
payloads

(where payloads is in the same directory as the payload running this command)

I want to be able to access any files in 'payloads' how I would as if I was in '/root/udisk/payloads'.

Should I use a symlink or mount? What are the advantages/disadvantages?

If I used symlink (ln) would I use hard links or symbolic links?

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