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Brian, thanks for asking the pertinent questions, they have solved the
problem. I did an Install from Internet the first time; the second, I chose
Download from Internet but didn't realize I had to run setup.exe again to
complete the install. Once I did that it installed fine, put an icon on my
Also, sorry I missed the topic(s) in the archives. I think what I did is
search for "cygwin.exe", which of course turned up nothing since cygwin.bat
would have been what I wanted. I'll spend some time just browsing so I have
an idea of what's in there when future problems arise.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Keener" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 9:21 AM
Subject: Re: setup
> Anthony J. Zepezauer wrote:
> > What I don't see is a .exe file to start Cygwin!
> Try looking for a cygwin.bat file in whatever directory you specified as
> root directory. I see your later post now - lets back up - what options
> select when you ran setup - did you ask for Install from Internet,
> from Internet or Install from Local Directory. If you selected Install
> Local Directory then you must have done a Download From Internet first.
> did you specify as the Root Directory and the local directory (one or both
> asked depending on what you selected for the install method).
> The answer to this will get us started and this has been asked and
> many times in Mail Archives.
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