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changing mount point from /mnt/c to /c #1918
Years of using MSYS and MSYS2 has ingrained the habit of referring to the C: drive as "/c" but Bash on Windows uses "/mnt/c". A good solution is using a bind mount:
However, this requires root and needs to be run every time you open a bash window. I tried using /etc/fstab for a persistent mount but I couldn't get it to work:
It is tempting to dupe these all into #511 ("make
My original solution is the proper linux solution. However, the solution currently does not work for Ubuntu for Windows because mounts are not auto loaded. See @therealkenc comments for more information.
In the meantime, I have documented and posted a short step-by-step guide to implement a workaround.
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Nov 18, 2017
FYI this is now possible to do it with
OS Build: 17107.1000