mount point invisible looking from itself
Wed May 19 11:27:00 GMT 1999
Maybe it is related to the way of the mounting.
Did you mounted all of them from a DOS prompt? or from bash?
I am not sure but I think you should mount them from DOS.
On 19-May-99 Ian Zimmerman wrote:
> Here's what happens:
> amazon:~$ mount
> Device Directory Type Flags
> L:Cstrans /home/itz/cstrans native text!=binary
> a: /floppy native text!=binary
> c: / native text!=binary
> amazon:~$ ls /home/itz/cstrans/BOOKS/TP/.
> EBT I0012.SGM I0065.SGM I0099.SGM I0179.SGM I0235.SGM
> I0277.SGM TP.QRS
> FIGTHMNL I0031.SGM I0073.SGM I0114.SGM I0184.SGM I0244.SGM
> I0282.SGM TP.SGM
> FIGURES I0042.SGM I0077.SGM I0128.SGM I0193.SGM I0252.SGM
> INDEX parse.log
> I0001.SGM I0049.SGM I0083.SGM I0145.SGM I0202.SGM I0258.SGM
> LN tp.log
> I0003.SGM I0054.SGM I0089.SGM I0159.SGM I0216.SGM I0263.SGM
> I0004.SGM I0058.SGM I0097.SGM I0174.SGM I0225.SGM I0271.SGM
> amazon:~$ cd cstrans/BOOKS/TP
> amazon:~/cstrans/BOOKS/TP$ ls /home
> amazon:~/cstrans/BOOKS/TP$ ls /home/itz
> analog_configuration.txt diary rob.emacs
> bash-doc-2.02.tar.gz file-3.27 swapfs.zip
> cstrans mswindows-faq.texi winfish.gif
> amazon:~/cstrans/BOOKS/TP$ ls /home/itz/cstrans
> ls: /home/itz/cstrans: No such file or directory
> Comments/hints/help sincerely appreciated.
> Why it matters: Kills dired under Emacs.
> Ian Zimmerman
> Lightbinders, Inc.
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