Hi all My day to day computers are windows. Only my servers are linux (ubuntu) and a few tasks are running on Raspberry pi also on the provided linux there. On my old (perfect) server I had also the server running as a file "repository". Well all my files for word, excel, video recordings, music and so on was stored there in my home folder. This is in order for me to have access to those files no matter where I am. Early on I just had an samba server running as a fileshare, but learned along the way (by reading, not by experience) that this is a bad way of sharing files over the internet, since samba is insecure or at least not secure enough. Then I found out that it is possibel by installing 2 programs on the windows machines which made it possible to access the relevant files via sshfs. It has worked like a charm. I used this recipe to move the home directory to an external harddrive: https://www.howtogeek.com/442101/how-to-move-your-linux-home-directory-to-another-hard-drive/. But I was wondering: Is it possible to do it by a symlink instead? Can I make a "pointer" that when I try to access a folder on one drive it automaticly point me to another folder (preferably by same name), that actually holds the files?