Thanks :) (was: RE: newbie Q: umount?)

Jean Jordaan Jean@mosaicsoftware.com
Tue Jan 30 22:08:00 GMT 2001


Hi Christopher, Corinna

Thanks for your patient answers .. Once I rebooted, the problem 
went away, but it's great to know the why of it. I thought I didn't 
have cygwin processes (inetd, sshd) running when I exited bash, (I 
usually just use bash, vim, and commandline tools), but something 
must have been keeping the dll resident. 

Thanks for the userguide pointer. I guess it says a great deal for
the usability of cygwin that I've been happily using it for about 
a year without reading the userguide :)

Regards,
-- 
Jean Jordaan   --    technical writer    --    Mosaic Software

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