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Re: cygwin install possibly stuck

sorry, i'm over my head with this stuff. i assume 'cygcheck' is a shell
command? i can't open xterm, is there another way to execute this command?
this is the error i get trying to open xterm from windows explorer: 

also noticed this: 

btw, i canceled the hung install this morning. i think i'm going to
uninstall everything and try again.


Eric Blake-1 wrote:
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> According to adamb on 11/17/2007 10:53 PM:
>> which had this message inside:
>> /usr/bin/bash: /cygdrive/c/Users/Adam/.bashrc: Bad address
> That message is not from cygwin bash.  My guess is that you have a
> third-party bash already in your PATH that is getting confused by cygwin.
>  But had you followed these directions:
>> Problem reports:
> and included 'cygcheck -svr' output as a text attachment, we'd know for
> sure.  If that was indeed the problem, I'd remove the third-party bash
> from your PATH and try the cygwin install again.
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