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RE: skipping file `...', as it was replaced while being copied
- From: "Nellis, Kenneth" <Kenneth dot Nellis at acs-inc dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2011 08:09:57 -0600
- Subject: RE: skipping file `...', as it was replaced while being copied
- References: <20110112103349.GG6353@calimero.vinschen.de>
From: Corinna Vinschen
> See the User's Guide here:
> Try to mount the Q: drive with the "ihash' option, for instance:
> $ cat >> /etc/fstab.c/knellis << EOF
> Q: /qnx stone_age_old_samba binary,ihash 0 0
> $ mount -a
> That should help. I'm not really keen to add more hardcoded support
> for such old filesystems.
Yeah, thanx for that, however I get the same result after correcting
"fstab.c" to "fstab.d". I now have:
$ mount | grep ^Q
Q: on /qnx type smbfs (binary,ihash,user)
Interestingly enough, compare what works and what doesn't:
FAILS: cp /cygdrive/q/knellis/xyz xyz
WORKS: cat /cygdrive/q/knellis/xyz > xyz
Also, I wouldn't ask you to modify Cygwin to support this ancient
protocol, but I'm still wondering what I have to downgrade to
get what worked some number of weeks ago. I've downgraded
coreutils to 8.5-2 and cygwin to 1.7.6, but neither helped.
Curious about what else could have caused this change in
behavior. Would welcome advice on what else I can try.