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#51 antonino61

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Posted 4 days ago

thank you very much misty



#52 erwan.l

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Posted 4 days ago

Done some minor and easy updates.

 

The old "mount" command was incorrectly named as it more about assigning a drive letter to an existing ressource using windows API/services.

 

The new "assign" command will assign a logical drive letter to : a dos device, a volume, a samba share, a nfs export.

About the nfs export : (for now) it will only work on windows 7 ultimate and enterprise, windows 8 & 10 enterprise., if the "nfs services" windows featture is turned on.

 

Side topic but it is really a shame that NFS is only available on high end windows editions as it is really nice to have an alternative to the slow SMB protocol...

vmount v0.9 by erwan2212@gmail.com
vmount createfixed path_to_vhd size(MB)
vmount createdynamic path_to_vhd size(MB)
vmount createchild path_to_child path_to_parent
vmount attach path_to_vhd [NOLETTER]
vmount attach path_to_iso
vmount detach \\.\PhysicalDriveX
vmount detach disk_id
vmount detach path_to_vhd
vmount expand path_to_vhd size(MB)
vmount compact path_to_vhd
vmount merge path_to_child
vmount disks [filter]
vmount partitions [filter]
vmount assign x: \device\harddiskX\partitionX
vmount assign x: \\?\Volume{GUID}\
vmount assign x:\mount \\?\Volume{GUID}\
vmount assign x: \\ip\smb_share [username] [password]
vmount assign x: ip:/nfs_export [username] [password]
vmount remove x:
vmount online disk_id
vmount offline disk_id
vmount ro disk_id
vmount rw disk_id
vmount attributes disk_id

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#53 misty

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Posted 4 days ago

@erwan.l
After a long break, I've started playing around with .vhd files again - in order to test SVBus. Your vMount tool will no doubt come in handy. One of many tools that have passed me by - I will look forward to testing it when I have some time. Looks great :thumbsup:

Thanks as ever for all of your development work. And sorry for my offtopic posts in this thread.

:cheers:

Misty

#54 erwan.l

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Posted 4 days ago

@erwan.l
After a long break, I've started playing around with .vhd files again - in order to test SVBus. Your vMount tool will no doubt come in handy. One of many tools that have passed me by - I will look forward to testing it when I have some time. Looks great :thumbsup:

Thanks as ever for all of your development work. And sorry for my offtopic posts in this thread.

:cheers:

Misty

 

You starting to use vMount means you are most probably going to come with nice improvement and bug fixes  :lol:

Looking forward !

 

You are always welcome to hijack my threads  :thumbsup:

 

Erwan



#55 MJK

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Posted 4 days ago

As always, thank you for the support and updates.

 

Just two small queries, Erwan, re version 0.9:

 

  1. Is (or will) the old 'Mount' and 'UMount' options be discontinued?

 

  2. I think the old UMount command required just the 'X' syntax (no colon), whereas the new Remove command requires the 'X:' syntax?

 

  - Mike



#56 erwan.l

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Posted 3 days ago

As always, thank you for the support and updates.

 

Just two small queries, Erwan, re version 0.9:

 

  1. Is (or will) the old 'Mount' and 'UMount' options be discontinued?

 

  2. I think the old UMount command required just the 'X' syntax (no colon), whereas the new Remove command requires the 'X:' syntax?

 

  - Mike

 

Hi Mike,

 

'mount' or 'umount' are no longer advertised but still supported for now.

The colon is necessary (and has always been) - actually internally, I add a '\'.

 

Being able to assign a letter to a device or volume is I believe a nice to have.

A next version will be able to enum devices and volumes.

 

Regards,

Erwan


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#57 MJK

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Posted 3 days ago

Thanks, Erwan - I'll change the parsers here accordingly.

 

   - Mike







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