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mounts, ls, and filename completion
- To: gnu-win32 at cygnus dot com
- Subject: mounts, ls, and filename completion
- From: john_r_velman at mail dot hac dot com
- Date: Fri, 07 Aug 1998 10:31 -0700 (PDT)
I'm using B19.1, the bash.exe that comes with it, and the cygwinb19.dll that
comes from coolview.
a) directories that are mounted don't show up using an ls command,
b) nor does bash do file name completion on them.
That is, ls only lists subdirectories if they are subdirectories
according to the WinNT directory hierarchy.
Am I missing something, or is this inevitable?
Here is a short transcript:
Device Directory Type Flags
C:\DATA\0058744\non-cyg /non-cyg native text!=binary
C:\DATA\0058744\home /home native text!=binary
\\.\tape1: /dev/st1 native text!=binary
\\.\tape0: /dev/st0 native text!=binary
\\.\b: /dev/fd1 native text!=binary
\\.\a: /dev/fd0 native text!=binary
C:\DATA\0058744\cygnus\H-i386-cygwin32\bin /bin native
C:\\DATA\\0058744\\cygnus / native text=binary
H-i386-cygwin32/ include/ share/
Uninst.isu qub/ tmp/
cygnus.bat* root/ usr/
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