mapping a directory

Lonnie Cumberland lonnie at
Thu Mar 21 16:37:44 CST 2002

Yea, I just came across this as well and it works although I will
probably try and use the "mount --bind" instead.

I am getting lots of messages about various fonts and want to make
sure that they are all installed properly.

Thanks again,

> On Thu, Mar 21, 2002 at 03:36:04PM -0500, Lonnie Cumberland
> wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> I have installed the latest Wine onto my Linux Redhat 7.2 and it
>> seems to run very well for the most part.
>> I can easily map a Linux directory to a Windows drive, but I
>> actually have a need to be able to map a linux directory to
>> windows
>> subdirectory. About the only way that I can currently think of
>> that might work would be to use a symbolic link on the Linux
>> subsystem.
> If I understand you correctly (if I can read your mind, that is):
> ~/.wine/config
> [wine]
> ; Wine doesn't pass directory symlinks to Windows programs by
> default. ; Enabling this may crash some programs that do
> recursive lookups of a whole ; subdir tree in case of a symlink
> pointing back to itself.
> "ShowDirSymlinks" = "1"
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