On 2020-03-02 13:17, Robert McBroom via cygwin wrote:
> cd /cygdrive/j/tri60/221-1344c_1.642
> /home/xxx/grd.sh: line 2: cd: /cygdrive/j/tri60/221-
> 1344c_1.642: No such file or directory
> mcnp62.sh 221-1344c.mas3.71 221-1344c.mas3.83a.s
Any time I see stair stepped output, I suspect Windows code reading Unix text
/home/xxx/grd.sh: line 2: cd:
1344c_1.642: No such file or directory
Please check your script line terminators by running file on them, where your
PATH points, and if you are running a non-Cygwin Windows executable by running
type PROG, which -a PROG, cygcheck on the full explicit executable path, and
that cygwin1.dll is listed in the output.
You may also see the opposite effect, running Cygwin on \r\n terminated scripts,
where cd dir\r fails.
Take care. Thanks, Brian Inglis, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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> Am 02.03.2020 um 21:17 schrieb Robert McBroom via cygwin:
>> Details in attached file
> better in line next time.
> Are you sure that the disk J is mounted in a Administrator account ?
USB drive Windows mounted on login. emacs shows the owner as whoever is
looking at the drive. I don't know what the "s" in the directory
permissions means. Played with changes to no effect.