Re: mounting windows shares
On Fri, May 14, 2004 at 02:25:59PM -0600, Jacob Bresciani wrote:
> under windows 2000 (and NT4 I think) there was a program called subset
> (or something similar) that could mount directories as drive letters,
I think you mean 'subst' - it comes from DOS.
> I have not seen anything similar under linux but then again I haven't
> really looked.
Drive letters are a really bad idea; Unix doesn't have them. You can use
'mount --bind' with Linux 2.4 and above to pretend that bits of the
filesystem are the same as other bits, if you like.
Colin Watson [email@example.com]