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Re: slow share = slow scripts?
On Thu, May 25, 2006 at 12:20:59PM -0500, mwoehlke wrote:
>Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote:
>>On 05/25/2006, mwoehlke wrote:
>>>I was misremembering that Cygwin doesn't have or need a 'umount'.
>>>Must've been thinking about something else. At any rate, I know I have
>>>sometimes been able to re-mount drives without first unmounting them.
>>You can use the '-f' flag to force a remount without 'umount'ing first.
>>Cygwin has a 'umount' though.
>Ooooooh... and here I always thought '-f' was how you told it to *not*
>mount 'noexec' (which apparently isn't documented?).
Yes, there are a whole lot of things which don't actually exist in cygwin
or in mount which are not documented. In fact, I would hazard a guess that
there are an infinite number.
>Ok, I'm all confused. :-)
You're confused by the man page which clearly states what '-f' and
'--force' do? Maybe you need to stop using the computer for the day.
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