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Re: Missing CYGZ.DLL
- To: "Mark J. Reed" <mark dot reed at turner dot com>
- Subject: Re: Missing CYGZ.DLL
- From: "Charles S. Wilson" <cwilson at ece dot gatech dot edu>
- Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2001 20:13:43 -0400
- CC: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- References: <20010420171103.A19392@strange.turner.com>
"Mark J. Reed" wrote:
> I just downloaded and installed the latest Cygwin on a system which
> previously had no version, and /usr/bin/ssh crashes with a complaint
> about cygz.dll missing. Sure enough, it's not there . . . was it renamed
> again, and ssh not rebuilt appropriately? How do I fix this?
No, it has not been renamed. check /etc/setup/installed.db and see if
setup thinks that the zlib package was installed (we know that it has
not ACTUALLY been installed because you've already checked in
Second, make sure that c:\cygwin\bin (or wherever you installed) is in
your WINDOWS path for the WINDOWS context that is running ssh/sshd.
This is done via:
autoexec.bat for Win9x
System Environment Settings for LocalSystem account (sshd on WinNT/2k)
User Environment Settings (sshd, ssh running as a specific user)
You can't just set /usr/bin in your cygwinpath (in .bash_profile?) and
expect cygwin programs that are NOT started from bash to get that path.
You've got to do it from Windows.
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