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Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 08:28:08 -0500
From: Earnie Boyd <earnie_boyd AT yahoo DOT com>
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To: Michael Salmon <ms AT speakeasy DOT net>
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Subject: Re: mount fails
References: <20011212162736 DOT A14575 AT speakeasy DOT net>

I know you already have your answer but for the record, this is the
wrong list for this post.  This is a cygwin AT cygwin DOT com type of post. 
Cygwin-apps is to be used for porters to discuss porting programs.  It's
not to post questions and concerns about using those programs.  Please
keep this list on topic.

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Michael Salmon wrote:
> hi folks,
> I'm trying to mount a drive as textmode rather then the automatic
> binmode.  I know mount for linux and freebsd but it's not acting
> AFAICT correctly.
> This is what I'm trying and the error I get
> mount -t -s c:\cygwin /
> mount: /: Invalid argument
> I tried escaping and quoting the / in case windows dislikes /, even
> though I'm using the cygwin bash. Didn't work. Basically I want
> to edit in vim files I checkout with Sourcesafe.
> If anyone knows how to make vim read windows files , that would also
> solve my problem - I'm looking into that also..
> Also, after I couldnt get the drive mounted as textmode or binmode
> I decided a reboot was in order, hoping it would at least return
> to it's default binmode. After a reboot the drive does not get remounted
> and now things are generally messed up.
> cheers,
> ms-

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