regtool - 1.8 - Core dump
Mon Feb 28 08:41:00 GMT 2005
On Sun, 27 Feb 2005, Alexander Joerg Herrmann wrote:
> > Why aren't you using 'mount' and/or 'umount' to manipulate the mounts?
> > There should be no need to modify the registry directly to add or
> > remove mounts and doing so may break in the future. Regtool is not the
> > proper program to use to modify mounts.
> I'am currently traveling to Thailand accessing the Host computer
> www.felixfrisch.de thru Internet mainly thru a CygWin installed on my
> USB Stick. They allow you here to do a lot of stuff in the Internet Cafe
> on there computer but sometimes regedit is blocked. Same is true for the
> mount command. Dunno why but it's blocked in some places. regtool does
> the job quite well.
That's probably because mount is trying to create system mounts by
default, and the HKLM key has restricted access (as it should). Try using
"mount -u" instead, i.e.,
mount -u -b "E:/aIEngine/CYGWIN" "/"
mount -u -b "E:/aIEngine/CYGWIN/bin" "/usr/bin"
mount -u -b "E:/aIEngine/CYGWIN/lib" "/usr/lib"
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