Pushing out Cygwin installations

Christopher Faylor cgf@redhat.com
Thu Jan 11 10:20:00 GMT 2001

On Thu, Jan 11, 2001 at 12:41:51PM -0500, Danko, Gary wrote:
>Okay let me get this straight. :)
>Got a plain vanilla install.  Copy the Cygwin directory to the new server.
>Create the mount points and I am done?
>Do I need to copy HKLM\Software\Cygnus Solutions ???
>Oh, I tried to run mount.. Here's what happened.
>bash-2.04$ pwd
>bash-2.04$ ./mount
>Device              Directory           Type         Flags
>bash-2.04$ ./mount d:\cygwin /
>./mount: /: Invalid argument

Bash is a UNIX shell.  '\' is a quoting character in bash.

So, your options are:

1) Don't run the command from bash.

2) Use a '/':

./mount d:/cygwin /

3) Double the backslashes:

./mount d:\\cygwin /

4) Quote the first argument:

./mount 'd:\cygwin' /


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