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Re: 1.5.16: Filename case sensitivity problem

On Thu, Apr 28, 2005 at 08:10:07PM -0700, Brian Dessent wrote:
>Zhuang Jianmin wrote:
>> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Cygnus Solutions\Cygwin\mounts v2\/usr/src
>>   (default) = `e:\cygwin\usr\src'
>>   flags = 0x0000080a
>This mount is a managed mount.  The MOUNT_ENC bitflag is 0x800...
>> e:\cygwin\usr\src  /usr/src   system  binmode
>...although it appears that cygcheck does not report this flag in its
>output.  Still, if you run "mount -m" it should show the option "-o
>managed" next to the command that would create that mount.  You can find
>more information on the -o flags that mount takes in "man mount".
>I am not sure how this mount came to be if you did not create it.  I was
>under the impression that neither setup.exe nor any packages enable
>managed mounts.  It looks like that is not the case.

Anyone want to submit a patch which ensures that all of the mount flags
are represented correctly by cygcheck?


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