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Hi, I'm developing an OS out of assembly, Casnix (http://casnix.sourceforge.net).
I do most of the development with cygwin, on my usb flash drive. But when I write to the disk image, I need a linux machine for the loopback device from the kernel.
Earlier, I had to rebuild the kernel because the kernel source folder was corrupted, but when I mounted my usb on my linux machine (Damn Small Linux), I can't see the new files, nor does linux see them.
How do I refresh the filesystem without loosing time by rebooting my machine?
I don't know if this post makes sense, and I'm assuming it's a software problem.