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Hi im using Windows 10 2004 with WSL2. I have 3x drives: C:\ (SSD), E:\ (NVME), D:\ (Drivepool of 2x 4TB HDD) When the drives are mounted on Ubuntu, I can run ls -al and it shows all the files and folders on C and E drives. This is not possible on D When I run ls -al on D, it returns 0 results. But I can cd into the directories in D stragely enough. Is this an issue with drivepool being mounted? Seems like it is the only logical difference (aside from it being mechanical) between the other drives. They are all NTFS.
Just curious if there are plans or even consideration as to going into Linux?. Cloud Drive on Linux would be an absolute killer app due to it's flexibility and ease of use. Altho having a CLI version as well might be preferable for many. Hopefully it's in the cards.