I am mounting a directory, e.g.,
/home/docs/ from PCserver to PCclient using the SAMBA share in Linux. Both computers are in Linux (Ubuntu).
sudo mount -f cifs with the necessary parameters, and everything works okay. The
/home/docs/ from PCserver is mounted in PCclient.
The problem is that the symlinks of the PCserver, either //files// or //directories//, are not mounted as symlinks, but as target files or directories.
How can I mount symlinks of the server als symlinks in the client, using samba?
I have tried in the
smb.conf file the option
follow symlinks = no. The only result is that folders als symlinks cannot be opened in the PCclient, but symlink files are mounted as the target files and not as symlinks.
I have found a similar question. But no clear solution is given.