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Re: cygwin rebaseall not working
Well I've installed cygwin from a local repository so I don't think any of
the packages were corrupted. I tried the command but there are no .lst.gz
files in /etc/setup. You were right about the crashes, I had a few when I
first installed cygwin. I'll try reinstalling everything and see if it
Dave Korn-6 wrote:
> cormoran wrote:
>> Hello, I'm having trouble with dll remaping and I've tried to run
>> but when I issue the command I get the following error message:
>> gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file
>> Does anyone know how this can be fixed?
> Argh. You must have had a crash sometime while running setup.exe and it
> now left a corrupt file in /etc/setup. Try running this command in a bash
> for x in /etc/setup/*.lst.gz ; do zcat $x >/dev/null || echo $x is bad ;
> That'll tell you which package listing files have a problem. Your
> easiest fix
> would then be to use setup.exe to reinstall those packages, which should
> regenerate a valid lst.gz file that rebaseall can then read successfully
> time you try.
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