Wrong/ inconsistent responses from diff
Tue Aug 24 20:18:00 GMT 2010
Greetings, Corinna Vinschen!
>> >> The change from binmode to textmode seems to be induced by the
>> >> command mount -c "/" [...]
>> > Found it. The method to compute the mount flags from the options
>> > given to the mount(1) command have been changed and accidentally the
>> > default is 0, instead of MOUNT_BINARY. Fixed in CVS. For the time
>> > being, the workaround is to set the mount option explicitely:
>> > mount -o binary,... -c /
>> > or, which is much less error-prone in the long run, to create a cygdrive
>> > mount in /etc/fstab.
>> As expected, not working.
> Huh? As expected, it's working.
Sorry, please disregard my previous statement.
It was something locally unusual. May be accidental reboot helped, or... I
don't know. but I tried to change that line back and forth, and it wasn't
changing mount output, but now, all of a sudden, it works.
> So, did you call `mount -a' after changing /etc/fstab, or,
> alternatively, stop all Cygwin processes and restart them?
Could be that I've had a shell windows opened accidentally.
I just haven't used shell much in the past 2 years, and now I noticed i have
same slowdown issue on opening bash console. I gonna dig the mail archive back
to find a solution.
Andrey Repin (firstname.lastname@example.org) 24.08.2010, <23:38>
Sorry for my terrible english...
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