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Old 07-09-2013, 06:29 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Kustom42 View Post
If the drive you are writing to is apart of the root filesystem this would not work, it would hit a certain point where it would just fill up the filesystem, all of the data would still be recoverable if you pulled the drive and mounted it as asecondary drive on another system.
You are correct if "folder" in "/path/to/folder" is the mount point. If "./file" is written to the mounted drive it should work.


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