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Re: cygwin sh crash on Windows 98 SE

Vít Reichel writes:

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> What I called "sh crash" is a standard windows program crash alert
> (something like "Program sh made a wrong operation and will be terminated).

And this happened during postinstall?

> Installation was not successful because when I first started the Cygwin
> shell it didn't create /home directory, it wrote "BASH" and some other
> characters and I didn't manage to start lilypond at all. The strange thing
> was that when I tried to install cygwin for the 5th time, everything went
> O.K., so now I can use lilypond 2.0.1 even though it doesn't write
> username@computer_name (the program name on the title bar is "id" when the
> shell is started and there is the dollar sign only).

I don't see what this has to do with LilyPond.

> Both user name and computer name contain only lower-case ascii-1 caracters
> with no spaces.
> When I installed the same packages on a different computer with the same OS
> there was nothing wrong.

You have an OS on your windows 98 computer too, why not use that?


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