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Re: error setting up ipc-daemon
I was under the impression that the currently recommend way to get
inetd running as a cygwin service was this:
The resulting Windows service does not use cygrunsrv to invoke
inetd--it is launched directly:
Path to executable: D:\cygwin\usr\sbin\inetd.exe
At 10:01 2003-02-18, Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
An excerpt from "cygrunsrv --help" below
-e, --env <VAR=VALUE> Optional environment strings which are added
to the environment when service is started.
You can add up to 255 environment strings using
the `--env' option.
Note: /bin is always added to $PATH to allow all
started applications to find at least
shows that you shouldn't really need to add c:\cygwin\bin to your system
path (if one uses cygrunsrv, that is). If that is not the case, then it's
a bug in cygrunsrv (or an error in documentation).
On Tue, 18 Feb 2003, Randall R Schulz wrote:
> When I recently installed Cygwin anew on a system not my own and wanted
> to enable the Cygwin inetd, I had what might be the same problem. One
> thing that tipped me off was the fact that although the message was
> about the service not starting up "in a timely fashion," the failure
> occurred essentially immediately upon my attempt to manually start the
> It turned out that the system-wide PATH must contain the directory
> holding the Cygwin1.dll. I think that's because inetd is in /usr/sbin
> and Cygwin1.dll is in /bin (a.k.a. /usr/bin). Were they in the same
> directory, I don't think a PATH addition would be required to locate
> dependent DLLs.
> You'll also want to make sure that all your Cygwin mounts are system
> mounts, or they won't be seen by inetd and it may not be able to find
> other files it needs
> Randall Schulz
> At 06:31 2003-02-18, Daya Kiran Sunkara wrote:
> >I am trying to run ipc-daemon as a service under
> >windows xp. But i get the following error message
> >"Error 1053: The service did not respond to the start
> >or control request in a timely fashion"
> >Can anyone please explain me what this means!!!
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