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I have a partition mounted in another partition, for example:
music is /dev/hda1, mounted in /home/user, for:
I have a second partition mounted in music, say ogg:
both are mounted via fstab, ext3.
The problem: with a standard nfs export rule
when I mounted this on a remote machine, it didn't show the second sub mount partition data. The solution was easy, just add nohide and crossmnt, then restart nfs-kernel-server:
entry in /etc/exports now:
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