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From: "Tanes Sriviroolchai" <Tanes DOT Sriviroolchai AT Thailand DOT NCR DOT COM>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
References: <200003230150 DOT GAA00936 AT midpec DOT com>
Subject: Re: How to change drives in BASH
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2000 15:16:03 +0700
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"Prashant TR" <tr AT midpec DOT com> wrote in message
news:200003230150 DOT GAA00936 AT midpec DOT com...
>
> I'm wondering how I can change from one drive to another using BASH. Let's
> say I'm working in C: and I want to change to D:, how to I do that? Just
D:
> doesn't work. I'm sure there's something I'm missing here. Could anyone
please
> let me know? Thanks in advance for any help.

I used to use cd d:/ in bash 1.14.7. Don't know if it is still ok in 2.03.

Regards,
Tanes Sriviroolchai


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