Ian Bonnycastle wrote:
> I don't know if this was reported or not, but I'm finding that when I
> try to create directories on a cofs mount, it reports that the
> directory already exists (which it doesn't), and then proceeds to give
> me "Input/Output Error"s when I try to remove, or get a directory of,
> the created directory. Also, Windows complains that the "file is in
> use" when I try to remove the directory in Windows. This error is
> occuring in 20041023 (which I think is 0.6.2-pre3 or 4) and even in
> 20041026 (I think) which is 0.6.2-pre6. Is anyone else having this
Yes I have also some effect.
If run "cp -a source /mnt/win" the created directory is busy. Can not
delete or access before colinux shut down.
Copy 10 files with midnight commander to /mnt/win the commander shows
the file size is 0. Afer refresh the box, correct size was reported.
A simple "cp source/* /mnt/win ; ls -l /mnt/win" shows sometimes the
same effect. Coped files are the colinux daemon exe-files. :-)
Think, its a timig problem of asynchron transmission of files and
execute the next file command.
But filesystem is correct. No errors on Host side (WinXP Home).