Internal Compiler Error

Christodoulos Fragoudakis
Mon Mar 27 22:05:00 GMT 2000

OK let me give you some more pieces of information 
about my problem
Cygwin B20  is installed on NT4 Server and 
/ is mounted to f: drive where Everybody has full 
control permissions. There is a sudirectory 
of f:, f:\tmp where again Everybody has full control permitions. Drive f: on the 
server is shared as "unix" to the network so when I am on a NT Workstation I can 
map this share as drive z:. So I can make a shortcut to 
z:\cygnus\cygwin-b20\cygnus.bat where all drive letters are changed to z:. Up to 
here everything is fine, I can start the bash shell and my prompt says a nice 
"user@pc13 ~ >" (it recognises who i am and the pc i am working on). If I am 
administrator I can also use gcc and compile my programs nicely (simple programs 
because I teach an intoduction to language C). If i am an ordinary user and try 
to compile something like main(){printf("Hello");} i get the error 
/home/noer/src/b20/comp-tools/devo/gcc/choose-temp.c:206: Internal 
Compiler error in function make_temp_file
I dont think that it is a permissions problem on 
/tmp because Everybody has full control.
Is it something wrong about the above 
installation? Please help because I cant allow all my students to log on as 
Thank you very much
Christodoulos Fragoudakis

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