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The filesystem you're trying to create the symbolic link on doesn't support symbolic links. All the native Linux filesystems (ext2-4) support symlinks, but the DOS filesystem used on SD cards doesn't, and several others don't. For a filesystem implemented with FUSE (as in this case), it's entirely up to the filesystem driver, so you can't tell whether it ...


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Use these commands su -c 'busybox mount -o remount,rw /' # this will remount rootfs at / in rw mode su -c 'mkdir /mnt/"NEW_DIR"' # replace NEW_DIR with the name of the directory you aim to create under /mnt Note that in Android /mnt is not a mount point for any real or pseudo-filesystem but its sub-directories are (actually, /mnt is a ...



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