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RE: For the adventurous: cygwin/latest/newsetup
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- Subject: RE: For the adventurous: cygwin/latest/newsetup
- From: "Jeff Jensen" <jeffjensen at nospam dot visi dot com>
- Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2000 22:27:15 -0500
All I get is "umount: Invalid argument"
when trying "umount --remove-all-mounts". umount --help, /?, etc. reveals
no info to ensure I am doing a valid option. Anything on that? Where is
help info on the commands?
I found the entry in the registry and deleted the bad one. Rerunning setup
results in the same issues as before.
What are the pre-reqs to install this? Does it need to be installed in any
special directory hierarchy?
From: Chris Faylor [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, April 25, 2000 7:43 AM
Subject: Re: For the adventurous: cygwin/latest/newsetup
On Tue, Apr 25, 2000 at 07:24:44AM -0500, Jeff Jensen wrote:
>Thanks Chris, here is the info:
>Setup: Rev 1.25, built 4/21 @11:31.
>OS: Win 95 SR2 (I haven't tried on my NT Wks machine yet)
>Device Directory Type Flags
>\ c: native text!=binary
>C: / native text!=binary
This is a very strange mount table. If setup.exe did this then there's
a bug there somewhere. Try doing the following:
mount -f -b c:/ /
If that "\" mount comes back then there is a problem in setup.exe.
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