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Re: Bash don't interpret ~ path with multiple options.

From: L A Walsh
Subject: Re: Bash don't interpret ~ path with multiple options.
Date: Sun, 03 Jun 2018 11:27:52 -0700
User-agent: Thunderbird

Bash will only replace '~' when it has a space before it
and it is not in quotes.  It also won't expand '~' if it
has special characters in it.  In your lines, the '~'
after the equal won't be replaced but the one
at the end should be.

Jungsub Shin wrote:
When i try mount aufs, i find some problem with bash.

# mount -o remount,append=~/test_aufs/ro1=ro+wh ~/test_aufs/mount

mount failed with ~/test_aufs/ro1 path isn't exist message.
So i try to debug with strace and i find out bash don't replace ~
path to absolute path.

So i try again with split options lile below.

# mount -o remount -o append=~/test_aufs/ro1=ro+wh ~/test_aufs/mount

It works well. is this bug?? Thanks.

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