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Re: Trouble with running cygwin dll on Vortex86MX+ CPU
- From: Duncan Roe <duncan_roe at acslink dot net dot au>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2014 09:26:00 +1000
- Subject: Re: Trouble with running cygwin dll on Vortex86MX+ CPU
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On Mon, Apr 07, 2014 at 06:12:56PM -0400, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote:
> On 4/7/2014 5:09 PM, Colin wrote:
> >>Indeed. And if your path under bash doesn't include /usr/bin, then I'll
> >>wager your postinstall scripts didn't run or at least
> >>See /etc/postinstall for the scripts. If you aren't able to figure out
> >>what didn't run properly, you can either try rerunning everything
> >>and looking for faults (if any) or just rerun setup.exe and hope that it
> >>has better luck with the scripts the second time around.
> >Spot on, Larry. $PATH is empty.
> >I 'Reinstall'ed Cygwin, but the result is the same. I did take note of
> >setup complaining that there is a more recent version available according
> >to the ini file (2.774 vs 2.674) but I'm picking that isn't the problem.
> I do find it interesting that the Cygwin Time Machine wouldn't have the
> setup version and the archive in sync. You'd have to check with that site
> to understand why you're seeing that.
> >/etc/postinstall contains the following "done" script files:
> >Is there something missing from that list? What's my next step? I haven't
> >yet tried running them manually, that will have to wait until tonight (gmt
> >+ 12).
> That list seems a bit limited to me, unless you specifically asked for just
> those packages to install. Allowing setup to install a default installation
> should get you several dozen packages I believe, in 1.5 days. So I'd say
> start there and check that. If that doesn't help, check with the Cygwin
> Time Machine site for help.
I have an older install at work, and thought that behaviour was normal (empty
$PATH). I just set the PATH in .bashrc in the initial directory - then
everything "just worked".
Cheers ... Duncan.
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