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Re: Cannot access Samba share; cannot rebuild cygwin1.dll

On Sun, Nov 01, 2009 at 04:31:04PM +0000, Andy Koppe wrote:
>2009/11/1 Christopher Faylor:
>> On Sun, Nov 01, 2009 at 01:32:19AM -0500, John Berger wrote:
>>>First is the "function not implemented" problem that is plaguing
>>>Samba users with Windows 7. ?? (I even upgraded to Samba 3.4.3 in the
>>>unlikely event that it fixed the problem. ??No dice.) ??This issue was
>>>already covered in another thread and mentioned a DLL that was
>>>available to fix the problem.
>>>It would probably be good to make this link public as well. ??With
>>>Windows 7 now out and multiple people experiencing this problem, the
>>>fixed DLL should be made public with a very blatant warning about using it.
>> The link *is* available. ??Go to the Cygwin web page and download Cygwin
>> 1.7 which is talked about in the "Cygwin release 1.7 in BETA testing"
>> section.
>I think John was referring to the Samba-related fix talked about here:

Or, more officially:

So, a problem reported in mid-October is "plaguing" Samba users?  The OP
mentioned running 1.5.25 and didn't seem to understand that there was a
newer version available.  But, point taken.  I generated a snapshot
after Corinna checked in her multiple-cygwin-allowed change.  Any other
fixes will be available there too, of course.

Quoting from the never-read-except-for-the-cygcheck-part of

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