So I have a partitioned hard drive:
- OS X 10.9 (my start-up disk)
- OS X 10.6 (obviously running Snow Leopard)
Before you ask, it was a gift and came partitioned like this. The idea is that all my documents would be in "Share" and OS X 10.9/10.6 would have symbolic links to the Documents, Desktop, etc directories in Share so I would have access to the same documents no matter what OS I'm running.
However, I realized I'm quickly running out of space on my start-up disk. I found that in OS X 10.9, I have a directory called Volumes, which has a symbolic link to OS X 10.9, but then real directories to Share and OS X 10.6. I can go into OS X 10.6 and find the same Volumes folder, and the process repeats.
Is there any way I can replace the directories OS X 10.9/Volumes/OS X 10.6 and OS X 10.9/Volumes/Share with symbolic links directly to OS X 10.6/ and Share/? I tried in Finder, but "command-L" for Make Alias is unavailable.
Also, when I use "df", the partitions are mounted on /Volumes/, which makes sense.
Please help me figure out what's going on, and how to solve my storage problem!