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Can't quite see where I'm going wrong. Trying to replicate the command "mount c: /c" in my fstab file, similar to this question: Cygwin fstab - what am I doing wrong?

Michael@Michael-PC ~
$ cat /etc/fstab
<comments etc>
c:/     /c      ntfs    binary,posix=0,user     0       0
cygdrive/c/     /c      none    bind

Michael@Michael-PC ~
$ ls /c

Michael@Michael-PC ~
$ mount c: /c

Michael@Michael-PC ~
$ ls /c

I've tried 2 different methods of adding the required lines to fstab as outlined here:

I have a feeling I'm missing something obvious, can someone point me in the right direction?

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

I'd suggest simply creating a symbolic link inside Cygwin with /c pointing to /cygdrive/c.

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good solution, I've been reading up on fstab recently so wanted to get to grips with it so I could learn more. +1 for pointing out what I was too obtuse to think of :) (EDIT, sorry, can't vote up yet on this site) – Mike H-R Feb 12 '13 at 21:53
@MikeH-R, you can accept the answer. And I did the upvoting for you (OK, I'm lying, I'd have voted it up anyway). – vonbrand Feb 13 '13 at 2:52
sure, of course, I was hoping someone could solve the fstab issue as that's what I was interested in but a problem fixed is a problem fixed. Thanks everyone. – Mike H-R Feb 13 '13 at 4:39

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