[Cvsnt] general questions
adam at personaltelco.net
Fri Sep 28 18:31:13 BST 2001
> Are you using NT or 2000? If you're using 2000 you can probably do
> what you want. A drive can be mounted at mount point on another NTFS
> partition with the disk administrator (so a drive could be mounted as
> c:\cvsroot). In the W2K resource kit there is a program called linkd
> which actually creates symbolic links between directories which could
> mean that you could mount z:\some\path at c:\cvsroot.
ah, great thanks. we're using 2000 so i shall go check that out.
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