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inetd and microsoft nfs
- To: Cygwin Apps <cygwin-apps at cygwin dot com>
- Subject: inetd and microsoft nfs
- From: Ryan Winter <ryan dot winter at nautronix dot com dot au>
- Date: 13 Nov 2001 08:41:01 +0800
Just wanted to know if anyone else has used this combination of
When I access nfs mounted drives (using microsoft nfs) with the inetd
the symlinks magically disappear (they dont appear with ls and I can
change into that directory either). When I view the directory locally
with cygwin (or explorer), there is no problem with the symlinks.
My question is: Exactly how does the inetd work that it could cause this
effect. The only though I have is that the inetd is somehow changing the
login state which is effecting the nfs mount.