When using the new overlayfs feature of raspi-config, the lower directory cannot be found. When checking mount, /dev/mmcblk0p2 does not appear, yet any attempts to mount it show that the mount is already in use. There is also no /lower directory.

How can the mount point for the lower fs be accessed? In many other overlayfs scripts, the lower fs mount point is visible. If it cannot be accessed, how can the script be changed so that it is accessable?

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