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Re: Remounting /cygdrive/c as /c
Richard Anderson wrote:
Hi. I searched the archives, but did not find anything on this. According
to the man page for mount and Christopher Faylor original announcement
(http://sources.redhat.com/ml/cygwin/2001-09/msg00014.html ), the command:
mount -s --change-cygdrive-prefix /
should remount the /cygdrive/c filesystem as /c. When I do this and type ls
/c, I see:
ls: /c: No such file or directory
and the df command shows the mount points have not changed. I am doing this
from an account with Administrator priviledges on Win XP, cygwin release
version is 1.3.22-1.
What am I missing?
What does the output of 'mount -m' say about '--change-cygdrive-prefix'?
BTW, the steps above work fine for me.
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