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- From: David Starks-Browning <starksb at ebi dot ac dot uk>
- To: "Ching, Jimen" <Jimen dot Ching at SpirentCom dot COM>
- Cc: "'cygwin at cygwin dot com'" <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2001 11:44:57 +0000
- Subject: default mounts
- References: <8AC36D3167EED41184C800508BD95405016744CF@apollo.adtech-inc.com>
On Tuesday 18 Dec 01, Ching, Jimen writes:
> Hi all,
> I have just installed the latest cygwin dll. I noticed that the /bin and
> /usr/bin are now their own separate directories. At one point, they were
> symlinks. But when I reboot my computer, my mount table still shows the
> e:\cygwin\bin is mounted on /usr/bin, where e:\cygwin is mounted on /.
> This means both /bin and /usr/bin are the same physical directory. But
> the setup.exe has placed valid files in /usr/bin, which is overridden
> by the mount. Is this the normal behavior?
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