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From: "Al Amzeen (Alexandr Amzin)" <amzeen AT mtu-net DOT ru>
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Subject: Re: How to change drives in BASH
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2000 12:15:07 +0300
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==
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Greetings, Prashant TR <tr AT midpec DOT com>! You wrote:
> 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 could.

Just print:
cd c:/
command /c prog.exe

First line is changing to disk, second is running your program (assumes
'clean' installtion with only bash.exe in your PATH variable).

Al Amzeen.


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