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Re: Using mount in [1.7] from a Windows command prompt

On 4/2/2010 11:51 AM, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
On Apr 2 15:39, Fergus wrote:
In [1.5] I can use mount from a Windows command prompt:

C:\>  d:\bin\mount c:/tmp /tmp
C:\>  d:\bin\mount
c:\tmp on /tmp type system (binmode)

In [1.7] I want to be able to do the same thing but
C:\>  m:\bin\mount c:/tmp /tmp
achieves nothing.

Reading the docs *never* hurts.

Well, I got a paper cut reading docs once. Nothing I didn't recover from but boy did it hurt at the time. ;-)

We can all rest easy knowing that Cygwin documentation comes in
the very safe-for-consumption HTML format.  Try as I might,
I can't seem to get it to cut. ;-)

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