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RE: [MiNT] MiNTLib 0.52.3b
> There are a few, one particular example is LZH-Shell. When you select one of
> the drives from the listbox (A:, C:...), LZH-Shell tries to be "clever" and
> goes to /a or /c instead of a: and c: directly. If any of the available
> filesystems are renamed or even removed from u:, LZH-Shell breaks.
If you want to be so unixy as to move away the drives into another
directory, you shouldn't use the drive letters in the listbox anyway. :)
Btw, do such programs look at /a or u:\a ? If it's the latter, you could
create a nice customized root directory by using a minix/ext2 partition
as root partition (using UNIXMODE) and symlink all the virtual folders
from u:\ onto that partition.