Wouldn't it be best to keep /root on the root filesystem?
It is rarely large, and if you need to log in as root to
fix some mounting problem, I guess you want your home
> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 11 Nov 12 2001 mnt -> /.local/mnt
What is the point in making mnt a local directory? All
it contains are some directories to serve as mountpoints.
I guess you are going to mount something on top of every
subdirectory in mnt anyway.
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