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RE: strange install problems


Where might those ENV settings be hiding?  Any ideas? 
I followed the uninstall instructions exactly.

--- Dave Korn <> wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: cygwin-owner On Behalf Of Erik Weibust
> > Sent: 01 April 2004 15:32
> > I'm not sure what or why it's trying to do with an
> h:
> > drive.  I have a local c and d drive, and I have i
> and
> > s network drives, and a z samba mount.  I did have
> an
> > h drive in the past, but with the "uninstall" I
> > performed I don't know why it would be a problem
> now. 
> > Any ideas?
>   Because it's still referred to in an environment
> variable somewhere?
> > Also, I didn't see a /home/$USER ?  Could this be
> > because of the problems I listed above?
>   It couldn't create the /etc/group or /etc/passwd
> files, because for some
> reason it was trying to do so on the non-existent H
> drive; this in turn
> means that cygwin's notion of what your username
> and/or group are must be in
> a mess; it also suggests that you've got an
> environment variable which
> cygwin is importing and trying to use to set as your
> home directory or
> something.
>     cheers, 
>       DaveK
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