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HELP: how do I use two versions of cygwin on one machine?
- From: "Jim Perkins" <jperkins at ll dot mit dot edu>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2003 13:08:19 -0400
- Subject: HELP: how do I use two versions of cygwin on one machine?
I looked in the FAQ, I searched the archives, and I searched on deja.com
with no luck. I have been using cygwin for quite a while and I'm dependent
on it. Recently I started working with a new single board computer. The
compile environment is an older version of cygwin. More recent versions of
cygwin don't work properly for this compiling task. I don't mind using an
older version but the one the manufacturer sent is very stripped down and is
basically only good for running "make". So, I figured I could just have two
versions of cygwin on my machine and only use one at a time. So far I have
not been able to do it. Any suggestions?
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