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Re: mount command
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- Subject: Re: mount command
- From: DJ Delorie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 22 Mar 1999 16:38:55 -0500
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> umount /home (hopefully this will clean out the reg)
> rm -r /home
> Exit from cygwin and start it again
No, exit from cygwin and STAY OUT. Use the regular ms-dos window
(cmd.exe) to make the c:\home directory
> cd /temp
> mkdir c:\home
> Whoops it created it in c:/temp.
Yup, because you're in bash and '\' is an escape character, not a
> mkdir c:/home
> OK that put it in the right place where I had it before
You're using bash's builtin mkdir (or cygwin's mkdir.exe), and it's
using the mount table. You need to use MS's shell so it won't know
about the mount table.
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