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Re: Problem Installing cygwin
On 10/26/2006, Rukmini Sarvamangala wrote:
I'm not sure what or why it's trying to do with an h:
drive. I have a local c and d drive.
You must be using a domain login. According to the domain, your
home is "H:". If you want to override that, you can simply edit
'/etc/passwd' to point to a local home directory. Or you can
create a new '/etc/passwd' by running 'mkpasswd -l >/etc/passwd'
'mkpasswd -d -u <username> -p <local home directory> >/etc/passwd'.
See 'man mkpasswd' for more details and options.
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