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mount directory in cygwin

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Is there any ways to mount directory automaticaly (when cygwin start) like in linux (use fstab)?
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by:shivsa
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which os u are talking,
this  kind of file is in all the os, but name differs.
on solaris it /etc/vfstab
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shivsa: this is windows
nk2003: ln -sf /directory/you/have /where/you/need/it
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