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Re: Cannot start Bash after today's update

On Feb  7 17:14, Ilguiz Latypov wrote:
> > C:\Users\USER>\cygwin\bin\bash.exe
> >       0 [main] bash 6784 C:\cygwin\bin\bash.exe: *** fatal error - add_item ("ÏâÂÏââÏâÃÂÃÂÂÂâÂÃân", "/", ...) failed, errno 1

Grr, this scrambled path is due to the fact that the printf is using
the wrong format specifier.  That's unfortunate (and fixed in CVS now)
but it's not the actual rpoblem.

> > Stack trace:
> > Frame     Function  Args
> > 002888D8  6102F96B  (002888D8, 00000000, 00000000, 00000000)
> > 00288BC8  6102F96B  (6119BD20, 00008000, 00000000, 6119DB0F)
> > 00289BF8  61005F0C  (611D7FC0, 00289C24, 00000000, 60FE000C)
> > 00289C18  61005F48  (611D7FC0, 0028BC40, 00000001, 0003000A)
> > 0028CC58  6108FB97  (60FE000C, 20000264, 0028CD28, 610818C0)
> > 0028CC88  610D14EF  (CD0A5162, 01CCE5BB, 004657E0, 61264968)
> > End of stack trace

This looks very strange, almost impossible.  Did you still have Cygwin
processes running, services maybe, while you updated?


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