Thursday, October 21, 2004 03:27 AM
It sounds like you are trying to rely on your operating system to have the remote file system mounted as part of the local file system.
Please let us know what operating system and mounting system you are using. I'm not familiar with any that uses file syntax similar to what you are trying.
For example Windows and windows shares uses some \ notation (i believe) and Linux mounts all sorts of remote file systems without any sort of special notation although they often appear in /mnt/remotesystem