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Re: cywin shared dll
- From: "Tom Lee" <tom_lee01 at hotmail dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sat, 14 Oct 2006 02:56:22 +0000
- Subject: Re: cywin shared dll
Thanks for your help.
That's the problem. You should only ever have a single version of
cygwin1.dll installed anywhere on your system. Delete the old copy, and
just put the new one on the path.
If I want to distribute one command for the end user to use and don't want
a full installation. Also, I don't know if the user has the cygwin
pre-installed or not.
> is there a way I can set up an environment variable using mount or PATH
> that will make cygwin grep.exe to search
> c:\mycygwin first before searching x:\cygwin\bin?
Yes, you can adjust the PATH environment variable from the control panel,
but the bigger question you should be asking yourself is why not just have
a single installation of cygwin (your choice of c:\mycygwin or
x:\cygwin\bin) and not have to worry about which of the multiple copies
will be used.
Are you sure PATH works?
In the PATH c:\mycgwin is ahead of system path and x:\cygwin\bin is even not
in the path.
It still failed with the same error.
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