I'd like to set another user's home folder to use a certain volume on my disk. To that end, I'd like to be able to mount said volume at a specific location, say, at
I can do this using the command line by running
sudo mount -t hfs /dev/disk0s4 /Users/, however this is only a temporary solution. If I unmount and remount the disk, it will mount to its usual location in
Is there some way to permanently specify the mount point of a disk?