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From: Stangl, Alex
Subject: RE: (no subject)
Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2001 12:04:12 -0600

Thanks. I tried that yesterday and ran into some problems vis-a-vis the "root mount point" being under /cygwindrv/c  (or something like that) rather than at the c: root. I am under a heavy deadline right now and didn't have much time to play with it and when I tried to back out by restoring a copy of the old Cygwin directory, the mount stuff was still screwed up (via registry entries, no doubt.) At that point I regretted opening that can of worms at that point in time. So I ended up having to uninstall it all, and went back to the B20 standard configuration that all the developers around here are using. When I have a little more time I do plan on going back and upgrading CygWin though. Thank you for the suggestions.


P.S. A developer here told me afterwards I could use umount followed by mount to fix the root mount point problem, but I didn't realize at the time that CygWin supported the UNIX mount/unmount commands.

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