This is strictly a really cheezy way to accomplish that, you could create a link in the /home directory to the directory you've set aside in your /usr directory.
--Create a subdirectory in the /usr directory
e.g. mkdir home2
--Create a link in the /home directory to the subdirectory you created in /usr
e.g. ln -s /usr/home2 newhome
Or if you get another hard drive you can mount that drive and create links to that drive or partion(s) on that drive.
A more complex way of doing it is by using a tool called FIPS; but that is for the most part left up to some more guru-like folks.
I'm sure there will be more ideas to follow this one and possibly better ones but hopefully this one willl at least get you started until something better comes along
Last edited by Imyrryr; 08-27-2003 at 12:12 AM.