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Re: RE: Re: Cygwin portable bash

Well, I'm not so sure that that is really a problem... I looked for fstab but couldn't even find one so I'm not sure where the mount table is specified. BUT I don't think that has anything to do with my current problem. I need to 'log in' to bash first. then I'll worry about the cygdrive mount points later. As far as the bin, lib, and root directory / 'mount points' or whatever, the directory structure is the same across all of the windows computers (all running vista). So the bin is always C:\Users\Andy\My Dropbox\cygwin\bin, ..\lib ..\ etc. You get the point. So yea.

No progress thus far. :(

Buchbinder, Barry (NIH/NIAID) [E] wrote:
I'm not aware that this has been mentioned before in this thread, but I'd worry that there is no mount table. (I assume that this is cygwin 1.5.) See the documentation on mount (hint: the -m option might be especially useful) or just run setup, clicking through it, on the derivative machines.

Good luck.

- Barry
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