I have two shared folders, say /main and /secondary, and I would like to symlink folders /secondary/videos and /secondary/programs into /main. I tried to use the symlinks plugin, but it rejects my entries when I do so. If I manually create the symlinks, then when I try to apply any change to sharedfolders, I will get an error message saying /main sharedfolder cannot be unmount. Removing the manually created symlink solve the "cannot unmount" problem, so I'm back to starting point :).
Looking at /etc/systemd/system/sharedfolders-[xxx].mount, I guess there is some kind of conflict (order & depedencies) between sharedfolders.
Should I use as source for the symlinks the "raw" folder under /srv/disk-by-label-XXX/ ? Technically, I think that would work but functionally it breaks the concept of abstraction offered by the sharedfolder layer...
How should I proceed to get what I would like?
Thank you for your help!