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Re: umount/mount issues

On Mar  1 20:40, Karl M wrote:
> For cygwin umount, -v is version display (-V on Linux? -v is verbose).

That's the same for mount.  There's no verbosity for these commands

> For mount -m I get the following
> $ mount -m
> C:/Cygwin/bin /usr/bin ntfs binary 0 0
> C:/Cygwin/lib /usr/lib ntfs binary 0 0
> C:/Cygwin / ntfs binary 0 0
> none /c cygdrive binary,posix=0 0 0
> where the /c in the last line should be /
> This came from an fstab of (I know...I have done the evil / prefix for years and am hooked.)

Sigh.  Why are you guys insisting on using this prefix.  I fixed mount
to show this correctly, but you still should feel guilty.

> Other than that, things worked great so far.
> It is wonderful to see all of my Cygwin processes again after moving to Vista.

Yeah, I'm quite pleased with this one, too.  Hopefully Microsoft won't
restrict this specific usage of global shared memory in a later Windows
release again.


Corinna Vinschen                  Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
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