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Re: 1.7 - noacl for cygdrive

On Nov 13 14:37, Rob Bosch wrote:
> Is there a way to specify noacl for any cygdrive referenced path?  I have
> used rsync quite a bit in the past and rather than specifying mount point
> such as /var, I have just referenced the path to the directory to store
> (e.g. /cygdrive/e/data/backup01).  This allows me to put the data anywhere
> on a drive (mapped or local) without worry about maintaining an fstab entry.
> I'd like to just use the NT permissions and have them inherited rather than
> my cygwin process resetting them.   
> Under 1.7 the permissions are being treated as POSIX because I don't have a
> cygdrive entry in fstab.  How can I disable POSIX for /cygdrive references?

By adding a /cygdrive entry to /etc/fstab, for instance

  none /cygdrve cygdrive user,noacl,posix=0 0 0


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