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Changing dir or adding a path/virtual dir, possible?

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Is it somehow possible to make virtual dirs that refers to an actual dir, sorta like junction links on windows etc?

The reason why I am asking is that I am trying to run an app that explicitly implies that my internal sd is called sdcard, while it is called sdcard0. Is there some way where I can fool the app into seeing a sdcard/some folder, which is in fact just a virtual path or something for sdcard0/something?

ie app calls sdcard/abc, sees sdcard/abc but it really physically seeing sdcard0/abc?, is that possible

Thanks for the help in advance.

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Or can I mount the internal sd card as both sdcard and sdcard0

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