Hello World will compile and link but will not run.
Mon Nov 27 18:42:00 GMT 2000
in bash the current directory "." is not in your path.
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> From: Scott Stinson [ mailto:ScottEStinson@mail.utexas.edu ]
> Sent: Tuesday, 28 November 2000 3:37 PM
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> Subject: Hello World will compile and link but will not run.
> I just installed Cygwin on my computer a few hours ago and
> tested out the
> gcc for Cygwin.
> I made the regular Hello program and typed
> gcc Hello.c -o Hello
> The compiler produced Hello.exe and when I typed in Hello, the program
> should have ran but instead the screen printed
> bash: Hello: command not found.
> I tested out some other programs and got similar results.
> When tried to run
> the program from DOS, it printed out Cygwin1.dll not found,
> which means I
> have to run the program from Cygwin. And I do have
> Cygwin1.dll of course.
> This might be the result of an installation error. I
> downloaded Setup.exe
> into Desktop, ran the program from there and chose to do an Internet
> Installation with a direct connection. Everything was done
> My computer is a 586i and I know that there are files with
> Cygwin for the
> 686i. It might be possible that the programs are being
> compiled for the 686
> instead of a 586, since I've ran Cygwin perfectly well on the
> 686's at my
> school. Or it might be possible that the Setup utitility messed up
> Could someone help me out on this on?
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