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Re: clisp crashes on startup
Greetings, Daniel Colascione!
>>> $ clisp
>> Trimming a bit ?
> Not at all. I just installed the stock clisp package and tried to run it.
It was a suggestion, not a question.
>> your mount table looks strange
>> C: / system binary,auto
>> c:\bin /bin system text,cygexec
>> c:/bin /usr/bin system text,cygexec
>> C:\lib /usr/lib system binary,auto
>> c:\usr\local\bin /usr/local/bin system text,cygexec
>> cygdrive prefix /drv system binary,auto
>> It is not recommended to use c:\ as root.
> I know. I'm doing it anyway. Using c:\ as root makes Windows and
> Cygwin paths very similar. I don't think the difference is material here.
>> Why half are mounted as text instead of binary ?
> I think that's a cygcheck bug.
> $ cat /proc/mounts
> C:/users/dancol/appdata/local/temp /tmp ntfs binary,posix=0,user 1 1
> C:/usr/local/bin /usr/local/bin ntfs binary,cygexec 1 1
> C:/bin /usr/bin ntfs binary,cygexec 1 1
> C:/bin /bin ntfs binary,cygexec 1 1
> C:/lib /usr/lib ntfs binary,auto 1 1
> C: / ntfs binary,auto 1 1
What about `mount` output and contents of your /etc/fstab ?
Andrey Repin (email@example.com) 07.07.2012, <20:47>
Sorry for my terrible english...
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