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Hello, I have mounted a remote volume using the Terminal : mount_afp afp://user:passwordserver/share /Volumes/share It works fine. Now, I need to access files and folders inside my share using Carbon framework functions, for example : OSErr err = FSMakeFSSpec(0,0,"\pBootVolume:Volumes:share:anyFi le" (I get a -43 error, "file not found") Or OSErr err = FSMakeFSSpec(0,0,"\pshare:anyFile" (I get a -35 error, "no such volume") Is there a way to access my share information or do I need to use another kind of functions? ... Thanks in advance ......

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    Default Accessing volumes mounted with Terminal in Mac OS X

    Hello,

    I have mounted a remote volume using the Terminal :

    mount_afp afp://user:passwordserver/share /Volumes/share

    It works fine. Now, I need to access files and folders inside my share
    using Carbon framework functions, for example :

    OSErr err = FSMakeFSSpec(0,0,"\pBootVolume:Volumes:share:anyFi le"
    (I get a -43 error, "file not found")

    Or

    OSErr err = FSMakeFSSpec(0,0,"\pshare:anyFile"
    (I get a -35 error, "no such volume")

    Is there a way to access my share information or do I need to use
    another kind of functions? ...

    Thanks in advance ...
    Jorge Guest

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    Default Re: Accessing volumes mounted with Terminal in Mac OS X

    On 1 Oct 2003, Jorge wrote:
     
    Use the CFURL functions to get CFURLRef for /Volumes/share/whatever
    and get an FSRef from that (and you can get an FSSpec from the FSRef if
    you want)

    Fred 

    Frederick Guest

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