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Re: Invisible link?
On Fri, Sep 20, 2002 at 01:09:31PM -0700, Nicholas Wourms wrote:
>--- Christopher Faylor <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Sep 18, 2002 at 06:08:33PM +0100, Max Bowsher wrote:
>> >John Carlyle- Clarke wrote:
>> >> Darn -- figured it out about 10 seconds after I hit send. It
>> was of course a
>> >mount. I unmounted, created an empty /usr/lib and
>> >> then remounted, and now it shows in the folder listing. Sorry
>> about that.
>> >WARNING! This is inadvisable! Imagine... some Cygwin binary
>> tarballs installing
>> >stuff into /lib, others into /usr/lib, depending on configuration
>> and how the
>> >package works. Ditto /bin and /usr/bin.
>> Actually, I don't see any harm in it at all as long as the mounts
>> set up appropriately so that c:\cygwin\lib == /usr/lib . The
>> of a c:\cygwin\usr\lib directory should really not cause any
>If it helps, just think of cygwin mounts like bindmounts [mount -o
>bind ...] in linux. FWICT, the behavior seems to be identical [other
>then how you actually mount them].
Also, if you heat the paper over a light bulb, you may start to see
Oh wait. That's invisible *ink*.
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