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Re: cygwin problem

Hello again,

Actually, I have installed gnu software to generate
a gcc cross compiler and
under this director i.e. /gcc-ppc 
I would like to have gcc powerPc compiler.

I used add/remove icon from control panel to remove
cygnus old version and this directoy became empty
The only thing which might be possible when a program
register itself. There may be something wrong(just
and I am naive in this regard that how to unregister a


--- wrote:
> Hello!
> My other connection died so I answer you this way,
> maybe you can forward it
> to the list if you want.. 
> your mountpoints
> | C:\cygwin\bin  /usr/bin  user    binmode
> | C:\cygwin\lib  /usr/lib  user    binmode
> | c:\unix  /        user    binmode
> | c:    /cygdrive/c  user    binmode,noumount
> | e:    /cygdrive/e  user    binmode,noumount
> Hmm something looks wrong here... it probably wants
> to find
> /usr/i686.., /usr/etc, /usr/include.. Where does
> c:\unix come from? 
> My mountpoints looks like:
> C:\cygwin\bin on /usr/bin type system (binmode)
> C:\cygwin\lib on /usr/lib type system (binmode)
> C:\cygwin on / type system (binmode)
> Which commands doesn't work, and when.. and where
> :-)
> Regarding old cygwin, have you removed everything
> from c:\gnuwin32 (the old
> full.exe installation)
> 	/Andy

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