Tue Feb 10 20:11:00 GMT 2004
On Tue, 10 Feb 2004, Jack Tanner wrote:
> robert jacques wrote:
> > After downloading and installing cygwin the user guides directs you on how
> > to start cygwin.
> > One method is to run /usr/X11R6/bin/startxwin.bat by double-clicking it in
> > Windows Explorer.
> > "startxwin.bat". However, I get the followining 2 error messages:
> > 1)"required .DLL file, CYGCYGIPC-2.DLL, was not found.
> > 2)"required .DLL file, CYGWIN1.DLL, was not found.
> startxwin.bat will work if you add the right directories to the Windows
> path. Assuming the default install location, that would be
FWIW, in a default Cygwin install, c:\cygwin\usr\bin will (should) always
be empty, so there's no point in adding it to the path.
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