[jclark@zoomnet.net: hey i have a question about the /tmp]

Chris Faylor cgf@cygnus.com
Sun Mar 28 12:03:00 GMT 1999

Make a tmp directory whereever your root directory is located.

sh -c "mkdir /tmp" may do the trick.

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From: "TheAssassin" <jclark@zoomnet.net>
To: <postmaster@sourceware.cygnus.com>
Date: Sun, 28 Mar 1999 02:17:08 -0000
X-Mailer: Microsoft Internet Mail 4.70.1155
Subject: [postmaster@sourceware] hey i have a question about the /tmp

Help! I haven't created /tmp and tools are behaving strangely!

Many Unix tools (bash, byacc, etc.) expect that /tmp always exists. This is
not guaranteed in Win32 land. You should create /tmp or "mount" the
directory of your choice to /tmp to avoid this problem. 

how do i mount the directory for windows 95

sorry for taking up your time
and thank you

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