When ln -s is not an option, aka webdav shares

Sometime ago I tried to make a webdav share that was symlink to directory, but no matter what, webdav refused to work with symbolic link. But there is a workaround with it.

mount --bind /source/ /destination/

If you mount a filesystem with --bind, you create a second mountpoint for a device or filesystem. This solve the need to use ln -s while ln dont work with directories.

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