home directory not created in cygwin installation
Tue Sep 30 23:00:00 GMT 2003
On Tue, 30 Sep 2003, Ji-Wei Wu wrote:
> I downloaded and installed the latest cygwin today on my computer. I
> followed all defaults during installation (in c:\cygwin). After that, I
> started a cygwin bash shell but found that it did not start in the
> /home/$USER directory ($USER means the user name I use to log onto my
> computer). The actual directory is /sygdrive/c, which means the c: drive
> on my computer. What went wrong in my installation and can anyone help me?
At a guess, your HOME is set incorrectly in Windows.
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