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Re: No go after update to 1.7.1
On 12/29/2009 10:57 AM, Bernd Bartmann wrote:
Obviously my last post didn't make it through the mailing list
probably because of a .csv attachment. So, here's the original text
Setting the PATH to C:\cygwin\bin only doesn't help either. So I tried
procmon to monitor what bash is actually doing. As it seems it stops
because it can't find /etc/passwd and /etc/fstab which indeed are
missing. Shouldn't they have been created during the setup process?
Also, /etc does not contain any files just some sub-directories:
So this means your installation isn't proceeding properly. Could be failed
postinstall scripts, perhaps as a result of bash not being able to run.
You can check out '/var/log/setup.log.full' for some insights. Also, I think
it's time to start considering the possible effects of BLODA
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