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cd /d/somedir fails, but cd /d; cd somedir works
- To: cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com
- Subject: cd /d/somedir fails, but cd /d; cd somedir works
- From: "Tolkin, Steve" <Steve dot Tolkin at fmr dot com>
- Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 09:52:10 -0400
I can cd to a drive other than C: in two steps, as follows:
This assumes I have earlier done, in a DOS box:
mount d:\ /d
But I cannot do this in one step i.e.
fails with the error message:
bash: cd: /d/somedir: No such file or directory
I can do it in one step using the clunky syntax
Is there a short alias for cygdrive?
In some releases of cygwin I could say
which is reasonable.
But I heard that this syntax is being deprecated.
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