Mouting network drives from Cygwin ssh client
Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Tue Dec 30 16:13:00 GMT 2008
Jeenu V wrote:
> I've a Cygwin ssh server up on Windows XP. My home directory on the
> host is a network drive (H:) which I'm able to acess locally as
> /cygdrive/h. When I do ssh to localhost using PuTTY, I'm unable to
> access the /cygdrive/h path - the mount command only shows c: mounted
> as /cygdrive/c. I can neither create directory h inside /cygdrive nor
> mount h: to there - it says no such file or directory. Also there are
> error messages when I log-in because of /cygdrive/h being
> inaccessible, because it's the home directory. Please tell me how to
> access this network drive via. ssh.
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