I use Cygwin as a POSIX environment, and I have a bunch of mapped network drives on my windows computer (set up by a sysadmin, not by me). I have found that all the network drives which are mapped on windows are automatically mounted in Cygwin. I can use
df to see all the drives, and their mount points on
/cygdrive. What I don't know is how. I looked at
/etc/fstab and I didn't find anything there.
When and by whom is mount called?
Currently I'm having unrelated problems with permissions on certain data on these network drives and the Internet told me to change how it is mounted, but I can't seem to find that information.