B19.1/bash2.01.1: strange behaviour (NT)
Fri Sep 11 18:58:00 GMT 1998
Michael Weiser [email@example.com] wrote:
>Hello Chris, you wrote:
>>1) My home is //Z/Myname; a simple cd takes me there. If I type cd ..,
>>then pwd says //Z, BUT an ls shows me that I'm still in my home
>>directory. Z is mapped on some share.
>This is a known problem with cygwin32 at this time. But I don't know
>whether and how it's fixed in the latest development snapshot.
This is problem related to the DOS shell or even Windows itself - see
Earnies latest description on this topic.
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