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Re: chere problem with network-share handling ?
- From: haro at kgt dot co dot jp
- To: d_inabox at yahoo dot com
- Cc: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 14 Oct 2004 20:55:57 +0900 (JST)
- Subject: Re: chere problem with network-share handling ?
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From: Dave <d_inabox -at- yahoo com>
Date: Thu, 14 Oct 2004 03:58:21 -0700 (PDT)
::> I seem to have problem with network-share path handling with chere.
::> When I start 'Zsh Here' from Explorer on network-share like
::> "//Server/share/dir/path", I get following error message on the first
::> line of zsh window:
::> cd: no such file or directory: /opt/Server/share/dir/path
::> Does chere not support network-share yet?
::I've never tried it, but I would expect it to work.
::> d: 7518416 6715592 802824 90% /opt
::Slightly concerned why zsh is trying to get to your d: instead of the share.
::Windows should be passing "//Server/share/dir/path" as %L (i.e. without the
::/opt). Is this a typo or what you are actually seeing?
I'm actually seeing the "/opt" with zsh.
May be that, cygwin is install on the d: drive and something is
parsing it incorrectly.
I just tried the same path with bash and got the following error on the
/usr/bin/bash: line 1: cd: \Server\share\dire\path: No such file or directory
::I'll have a go and see if I can reproduce the problem. In the meantime, if you
::really need this, try and mount the network share as a drive. That can be found
::in Tools/Map Network drive... in Explorer; don't know what that is in Japanese
I can write the name in Japanese for you, but I'm sure that you cannot
read them. ;)
Yap, assigning as drive does seem to work. :)
::Thanks for the report.
Thank you for responce,
_ _ Munehiro (haro) Matsuda
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