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Old 08-21-2012, 12:09 PM   #55
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Nothing /var/tmp/* is suppose to persist between re-boots. See the FHS documents.

Under Linux (vfat driver) the case-sensitive nature of FAT-32 is determined by mount time options.
Just enter:
mount
to review what options yours is mounted with.

Q:
If files in /var/tmp are not persistent across re-boots, how do you plan to make the sym-link there persistent across re-boots?

Q:
How do you intend to set the special permission flags on the target when the target will be on FAT-32 without support for permission flags?

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