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RE: unexpected behaviour of 'find' command
- To: James Nallen <James dot Nallen at may dot ie>, cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Subject: RE: unexpected behaviour of 'find' command
- From: Michael Schaap <cygwin at mscha dot com>
- Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 11:32:33 +0200
At 17:50 28-8-2001, James Nallen wrote:
>>If so, I think you'l see the same behavior if you run it from the shell
>>again. You already removed all the files less than 4 days old. Running it
>>again immediately after won't find anything else.
>>If that's not the case, then I don't know what the problem could be.
>I've found out it's having problems with the path it's searching. I don't
I assume /e is a mount for E:/ ?
Is E: a mapped network drive?
If so, mapped network drives don't work when the user context is changed
(as in cron). Try something like:
$ find //mschine/share ...
(Should this be added to the FAQ?)
I always wondered about the meaning of life. So I looked it
up in the dictionary under "L" and there it was - the meaning
of life. It was not what I expected. - Dogbert
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