Joe Kisela on 18 Aug 2010 14:56:57 -0700

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[PLUG] another more on the wonders of file systems.

  • From: Joe Kisela <>
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  • Subject: [PLUG] another more on the wonders of file systems.
  • Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2010 17:56:52 -0400
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Please don't make extraneous root directories.  It's against POSIX standards.  Make a /mnt/Windows if you have to, but please dont place it at the root.  The UNIX gods are spiteful, and will find a way to punish you for breaking the standards.

sean finney said
on most of my dual-boot systems i have the ntfs windows partitoin
available as /win or /windows for example, and pluggable devices usually
(automatically, i don't have to do anything for this) show up under
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