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Re: XP/g77 ``Couldn't duplicate my handle...''
- From: Bert Sweetman <sweetman at stanford dot edu>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 12:17:48 -0800 (PST)
- Subject: Re: XP/g77 ``Couldn't duplicate my handle...''
I solved my own problem...
I never did figure out what was causing it, but I completely reinstalled
cygwin from the beginning (rather than `upgrading' my win2k installation).
It now works like a champ.
I have recently installed cygwin under windows XP and have been unable to
use the g77 compiler. I get an error like ``g77 816 proc_subproc:
Couldn't duplicate my handle<0x7E0> for PID 288, Win32 error 6.''
I get this same result with or without make.
With make, I also get a pop-up box entitled ``16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem''
with the message ``Cygwin The NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal
instruction. CS:062b IP:017f OP63 74 20 44 4f...''
It's not at all obvious to me why NTVDM is being started by cygwin.
I had previously been running g77 under cygwin with windows 2000 with no
I saved all my customized configuration files for the XP installation,
but all the binaries are the latest.
Thanks in advance
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