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Re: Cygwin CD & W98
At 11:53 PM 10/26/99 -0400, you wrote:
>>From your cygcheck output, it seems like you have a couple of directories
>This isn't supposed to happen with the newer version of mount that is on
>the CD. But you don't really need these anyway since root is mounted as
I think I set the mount to /cygwin/usr to (hopefully) allow info to find the
/cygwin/usr/info directory... it didn't.
>I would try this:
>/cygdrive/g/cygwin/bin/umount -s /; /cygdrive/g/cygwin/bin/mount -f -b
>/cygdrive/g/cygwin/bin/mount -f 'c:\tmp' /tmp
>/cygdrive/g/cygwin/bin/mount -f 'h:\' /h
I assume that first line should have been
/cygdrive/g/cygwin/bin/umount -s /; /cygdrive/g/cygwin/bin/mount -f -b
to set up my root
BTW the original problem that got this thread started was solved when I did
chmod +w .
my home directory was a read only directory as suggested by Larry Hall
I guess B20.1 didn't care but the CD V1 does.
"No matter where you go, there you are." ......... Buckaroo Banzai
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