Cygwin 1.0 CD
Tue Nov 30 23:39:00 GMT 1999
Actually, it sounds to me like the problem is as simple as either not
creating directories directly under the installed directory and/or
mounting your source directories as text mounts.
If you are copying include files into a directory mounted off the cygwin
root you will have to convert them to CRLF format. Or, you could
remount your root as non-binary.
On Tue, Nov 09, 1999 at 11:44:26AM -0800, Earnie Boyd wrote:
>Your problem is most likely due to the duplicate registry key for the /
>directory. cd to the bin directory containing mount and umount and issue
>./sh -c './umount / && mount c:\\ /'
>Replace the c:\\ with the device/directory of your choice.
>--- John Fralinger <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>Is this the method for reporting Cygwin 1.0 CD problems?
>>The Cygwin 1.0 installer appears to mount / and all of it's subdirs as
>>I am running into a problem installing header files.
>>The compile fails whenever the header file has a \ at the end (for line
>>continuation). I suspect because of the CR/LF.
>>Makefiles with line continuations also do not work when executed from
>>any of the Cygwin paths.
>>Are we supposed to always convert text files to unix format before
>>copying them to the cygwin mount point?
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