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Re: random "fork: Resource temporarily unavailable"

On Thu, Jun 22, 2006 at 01:47:46PM -0400, Charli Li wrote:
>-----Original Message-----
>> From: Larry Hall (Cygwin)
>> Sent: Thursday, June 22, 2006 1:39 PM
>> To: cygwin@XXXXXXXXX
>> Subject: Re: random "fork: Resource temporarily unavailable"

Wow.  How many times do we have to ask not to quote raw email addresses
in the body of the message?

>>Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>> On Thu, Jun 22, 2006 at 11:22:34AM -0400, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote:
>>>> Robin Walker wrote:
>>>>> --On 22 June 2006 06:35 -0700 Mark Bartel wrote:
>>>>>>However, yet another person who has encountered this problem emailed me
>>>>>>with a workaround, which seems to resolve the issue in my case.  He had
>>>>>>encountered the problem himself, and he found
>>>>>>which says to turn off the "Logitech Process Monitor"
>>service, installed
>>>>>>with Logitech webcam software.
>>>>>Possibly confirmed!
>>>>>As soon as I stop LvPrcSrv, the problems that I was having ith sshd are
>>>>>cured.  When I restart LvPrcSrv, the problems with sshd return.
>>>>No confirmation of this issue is necessary.  It's a Logitech issue.
>>>So, when will sshd be fixed?  It seems to me that if cygwin wants to be
>>>taken seriously it should try to work nicely with other software!!!
>>There's a special stealth project to integrate Logitech camera with
>>ssh, so perps that try to break ssh can be photographed.  These photos
>>will be posted on the <> web site for all to see.  Once
>>this project is done, everything should "just work".  Of course, it's
>>very hush-hush, so don't tell anyone or they'll close it down and cart
>>it away in the middle of the night...  This is a secure list, right?
>I don't have the Logitech crap on my box, and still, although rarely, I
>still get the fork error.  It actually only happens when I minimize the
>Cygwin window and running a GIMP script.  What now?

Time for a special stealth GIMP project, sounds like.


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