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Re: Need help in umounting the auto mounted mount points

At 09:55 PM 6/5/2002, Geetha Raman wrote:
>Hi ,
>I  have  recently  downloaded the  cygwin ver  1.3.10 and I have noticed
>that it automatically mounts all windows mapped  drive as follows
>c: on   /cygdrive/c type user (textmode,noumount)
>m: on  /cygdrive/m type user (textmode,noumount)
>u: on /cygdrive/u type user (textmode,noumount)
>If I  tried to umount , it is  not unmounting it.  This is  creating  some
>of our  script to fail since " :" is the  path separator in unix and the
>script adds w:/cvs/.... to  path and earlier (old version) of  cygwin used
>to  treat this as /cygdrive/w but now it takes as it is.
>I  would appreciate  if you  help me to umount this so that it shouldn't
>mount automatically when I  try to map a network drive. I  want the  old
>behaviour. Let me know.

Even if you could umount drives from /cygdrive, this wouldn't solve your
problem.  I'm also curious as to what earlier version of Cygwin you found
would correctly interpret <drive>:<path> syntax in the PATH variable.  Can
you tell us all which version that was and show us an example?

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