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Re: mount command

Similarly, to mount a network drive, use:

mount \\\\net1\\share\\export1 /home/otherstuff

Earnie Boyd wrote:
> --- Richard Lyon <> wrote:
> --8<--
> > find command that doesn't work. I even get stranger results if I attempt
> > something like mount D:/topdirectory /home. Find generates the following
> > output:
> --8<--
> You need to use the backslash on the physical directory name.  I.E.:
> mount D:\\topdirectory /home
> I know from experience that it doesn't work with the forward slash.

Robbe WT Stewart
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