Out of environment space.
Thu Jul 26 04:59:00 GMT 2001
> Yes, it mean that your 'space' is too filled up with environment settings.
> SET LIB = <directory>
> SET SOUND = <directory>
> SET ... )
> Mostly they are set in the autoexec.bat or in other bat-files.
> May I ask what operating system you use? Cygnus is made for NT workstations,
> not W9x computers. I don't know if it works under W9x, but I wouldn't try
I work with Cygnus under Win98 SE without problems (actually with, but these are
only related to net) ....
> * Use fewer environment variables, or shorten the PATH statement in
> * Increase the amount of environment space by adding the following line to
> your CONFIG.SYS file: "SHELL=X:\PATH\COMMAND.COM /P /E:NNNN" where "X:\PATH"
> is the directory where the COMMAND.COM command interpreter is located, and
> NNNN is the new size of the DOS environment area in bytes. Suggested is 512
> or 1024; don't make this too large because increasing it reduces available
> conventional memory.
* Or on the top of batch file (setenv.bat) remove unused variables by setting
them to "nothing", for example:
This way it works for me :-)
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