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RE: Where is the manual to manually install cygwin in Windows 2000

> From: Larry Hall (RFK Partners, Inc) []
> Sent: Friday, April 19, 2002 8:35 PM
> To: Lawrence W. Smith; ''
> Subject: RE: Where is the manual to manually install cygwin in Windows
> 200 0
> At 01:18 PM 4/19/2002, Lawrence W. Smith wrote:
> >I was attempting to offer a new direction that may have been 
> overlooked from your perspective but clearly the experiences and or 
> suggestions of users are of little consequence to you.
> Although you responded specifically to Chris's message, I 
> want to pick up on this statement since it's important and I want
> to make sure the key point here gets clarified.
> The first part of this sentence gets right to the heart 
> of the matter.  I think I can use it to help explain why you 
> may have felt slighted (by me) for any (my) response.
> This is actually not a new idea at all for setup.  It has been
> talked about before (as you can check in the email archives if
> you want) and is something for which there is already rudimentary 
> support already in setup.  So perhaps the response you needed 
> to hear is, 
> "Yes, we know.  We're working on it.  It will be there 
> someday."  I thought I made the essentials of that statement
> in my original response.  Sorry for not being more clear before.

Thank you for the clarification though I didn't feel at all 
slighted by anything you stated.
> You might want to review the prose at
> and substitute "suggestion" for "question".

Thank you.


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