Windows 10 Build 16299
GNU Bash Version 4.3.11
Previously, I had an encrypted container mounted on the H: of my machine, which I could access with both the Explorer window and cmd line (e.g. user@host:/mnt/h/[folders and files]) alike, no problem.
However, I recently created a new encrypted container and mounted it to the R: drive, and I am now unable to access EITHER drive directories from the command line.
Using WSL bash from the command line terminal:
- cd /mnt/c shows all of my C: folders and the full file directory
- cd /mnt/h takes me to H:, but [ ls -l ] shows a total of 0 files underneath -- should have 6 folders and 1 file
- cd /mnt/r takes me to R:, but shows a total of 0 files under -- should have 7 folders and 5 files
Both drives are FAT32 format, and I know about the issue being only NTFS drives working in WSL; but this was working previously, no problem, when I had only the single H: mounted and now I cannot figure out how to get access to the folders/files from the command line?
Again, I used to be able to access, read, write files using commands like