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RE: Need your help on after chaning the domain


WARNING: This is mostly a hunch, and I'm not sure it's based on a proper 
understanding of Windows operation under a domain controller or of Cygwin's 
use of the registry, so someone who does know should pipe in if it reflects 
inaccurate reasoning or information.

Are you using roaming profiles? Was your (working) Cygwin installation set 
up for you alone, not for all users of the machine on which it was installed?

Is it possible that the registry entries for the Cygwin mounts are not 
present in the proper place in your profile on the new domain controller?

Randall Schulz
Mountain View, CA USA

At 11:23 2002-04-04, you wrote:
>Well... It is very strange that cygwin only mount the / on c: not 
>c:\cygwin... How does the mounting work?
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Larry Hall (RFK Partners, Inc) []
>Sent: Thursday, April 04, 2002 11:08 AM
>To: Chan, Eddie;
>Subject: Re: Need your help on after chaning the domain
>At 02:03 PM 4/4/2002, Chan, Eddie wrote:
> >All,
> >
> >When I changed the machine domain, the cygwin couldn't be able to mout
> >c:\cygwin on /.... Any idea how to resolve the problem...
>Not with that description of the problem, no.  mount doesn't require 
>knowledge about the domain so it's clear there is some other issue that 
>you've initially missed.
>Larry Hall

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