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Re: Installation problem, file "cygintl-2.dll" missing

On Fri, 21 Feb 2003 00:08:47 +0000 (UTC) Roger Blake <rogblake at iname dot com> wrote:

> Today I attempted to install Cygwin on a Windows 2000 system, downloaded
> the files first using "setup.exe," then ran setup to install. All packages
> were selected for download and installation, and setup was run from
> an account with administrative privileges.
> During the installation I received several diagnostic messages stating:
>   The dynamic link library cygintl-2.dll could not be found
>   in the specified path
> After intallation, upon running Cygwin I get the same error, repeated
> 3 times, and the following messages during initialization:
>   bash: mkdir: command not found
>   bash: /bin/grep: No such file or directory
>   bash: /usr/bin/kpsexpand: /bin/sh: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
>   bash: cd /home/Rogblake: No such file or directory
> The bash shell prompt then comes up in /usr/bin and a lot of basic programs
> don't seem to work work (i.e., trying to run "ls" gives the error "No such
> file or directory").
> I searched the system's hard drives (C: and D:) and cannot find this DLL
> file, which I assume is at the root of the other problems. I've done some
> searching in the archives and via and have not yet found an
> answer -- any info on fixing this would be greatly appreciated!

It looks like you are missing ash, fileutils, grep, and libintl2 at
the very minimum.

Mac :})
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