While running a script, I want to create a temporary file in
/tmp has some temporary files in it. When I mount my hard drive (
/dev/sdc1) on top of
/tmp, I can see the files on the hard drive. What happens to the actual content of
/tmp when my hard drive is mounted? Is it possible to perform r/w operations on the actual content of
/tmp while the hard drive is mounted?
When using the tab bar, I keep getting this error:
I have created a really really short life temporary directory that I wanted to share between some users for a few hours :
I have a script that needs to create temporary files for its work, and clean up after itself. My question is about finding the right base directory for the temporary files.
/tmp on a separate partition, and mounted with
noexec. I am using Debian.