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Re: creating persistance mounts
- From: Jeremy Bopp <jeremy at bopp dot net>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 12:54:12 -0500
- Subject: Re: creating persistance mounts
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Paul McFerrin wrote:
> When I first generated my 1.7 cygwin system, it created the System mount
> points for me. In looking the documentations for mount, I can not find
> the necessary info to create a persistance system mount. Anything I
> mount get taged as a "user" mount. What's the secret. I use the "-s"
> options, it gets flagged as invalid arg. I tried:
> mount -f -s R: /r DOESN'T WORK
> mount -f -o -s R: /r DOESN'T WORK
> mount -f -o --system R: /r SAME
> mount -f --system R: /r SAME
> mount -f R: /r WORKS, except as "user"
> The documentation does not help much (man pages & web page). Can
> someone tell me how to mount a FS as "system"?
I think you need to look at /etc/fstab as mentioned in the Cygwin 1.7
Specifically, check out the Cygwin Mount Table section.
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