Configurable behaviour when remapping cygdrive - please!
Mon Dec 3 08:32:00 GMT 2001
>>> On Mon, 03 Dec 2001 16:04:25 +0100
>>> Rune Enggaard Jensen <email@example.com> said:
> such that all my drives -- including those mapped to network drives --
> were automagically mapped to /c, /d, /w etc.
> I therefore suggest that the behaviour is made configurable, e.g. by an
> environment variable, such that the default is the "old" behaviour where
> /cygdrive was not "cd-able". Is that possible and acceptable?
I hope `mount -c /' exceptionally behave the same as the old one.
If we can see all drives on the cygwin root directory, we can't
avoid deleting all files with typing `rm -rf /' on the FAT file
| AIST Kazuhiro Fujieda <firstname.lastname@example.org>
| HOKURIKU Center for Information Science
o_/ 1990 Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
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