reading directory .: No such file or directory

Lee Maschmeyer lee_maschmeyer@wayne.edu
Thu Sep 28 16:17:00 GMT 2006


I've never had ls say it can't read ., but I do remember having path 
completion problems. I think that's why I use symbolic links instead of 
mount for drives; something like:

cd /
ln -s /cygdrive/c

etc. Then I just cd /c and seldom have to use /cygdrive at all. I'm sure 
somebody will explain why this is a bad idea, which is one reason I'm 
responding here. But it does seem to muddle through...

-- 
Lee Maschmeyer
<lee_maschmeyer@wayne.edu>

"Be kind to your fur-bearing friends,
For a skunk may be somebody's brother."
    --Fred Allen



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