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Re: fork failure?
Charles Wilson wrote:
> So it looks to me like something in cwdstuff::init() triggered a signal,
> which was caught by cygwin and handled by aborting.
> Does that analysis look right?
It certainly does.
> [ ... ] appears that the child is dying in dcrt0.c dll_crt0_1() when it
> calls cygheap->cwd.init().
That so rings a bell, I'm sure I've had that happen to me or seen or read it
before somewhere. Is that maybe where it crashed when the DLL was in the root
dir of a drive and it wasn't able to ascend up a level to find the definition
of '/' after assuming the dll had to be in '/bin'?
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