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- To: "'cavatina at tuphaan dot engr dot twsu dot edu'" <cavatina at tuphaan dot engr dot twsu dot edu>
- Subject: RE: cygwin1.dll
- From: Neil Lunn <neillunn at gunz dot com dot au>
- Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 10:21:52 +1000
- Cc: "'cygwin at cygwin dot com'" <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
>From: Ivan Petrovich [mailto:email@example.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2001 10:26 AM
>To: Neil Lunn
>Subject: Re: cygwin1.dll
>Neil Lunn a e'crit:
>> Look under the Advanced Tab from the properties my "My
>Computer". There is a
>> section on environment variables. You want to change PATH.
>I couldn't find the Advanced Tab there. I have Windows 98. Sorry, I'm
>not familiar with Windows. (That's why I'm using cygwin.) :)
>If you can suggest another place to look for the Advanced Tab, I'd
Probably becuase of the original question mentioning Windows ME is why I
said this. Look around and I'm sure you'll find it. It can't hurt to
understand a little bit about windows, otherwise why use it?
I'd like to know what peoples exact facination with putting cygwin1.dll in
their Windows system directory is anyway. This should only ever be needed
when programs are launched independantly of a shell like bash. Mostly things
like inetd "as a service" which you can't do on Win98 anyway.
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