I've add this line to my
/etc/fstab, taken from Cygwin's user guide, section 3.1.5:
none /tmp usertemp binary,posix=0 0 0
However, I get an error trying to mount it:
# mount /tmp mount: /tmp: Invalid argument
Both TMP and TEMP env vars point to /cygdrive/r/tmp (which is on a RAM drive)
I can do
mount r:/tmp /tmp without a problem, I just figured using usertemp would be desirable to avoid hardcoding the temp dir.
For the time being, I'm using this line in my fstab:
R:/tmp /tmp ntfs binary,posix=0 0 0
What's the reason it's not working?