installation problem

Michael A. Chase mchase@ix.netcom.com
Sat Jun 16 21:58:00 GMT 2001


When moving up from one of the Betas you should probably delete the entire
Cygwin tree (back it up first if you like), then run setup.exe to install
the current version just like the instructions at http://cygwin.com/ say to
do.  You don't need to download the files before running setup.exe, it will
download the archives for the modules you request into an appropriate
directory structure and then install them.

The normal Cygwin installation has both /bin/ and /usr/bin/ pointing to the
same directory, so only c:\cygwin\bin is needed in PATH once you have a
correct installation.
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----- Original Message -----
From: <MartDowd@aol.com>
To: <cygwin@cygwin.com>
Sent: Saturday, June 16, 2001 20:56
Subject: installation problem


> I am having problems installing cygwin.  I chose to download the tar.gz
files
> into a local directory (basically the latest versions of the packages of a
> minimal development system).  When I ran setup, it said there was nothing
to
> install.  Setup did create C:\CYGWIN and its subdirectories, and updated
the
> registry.  I extracted the files using my old cygwin-b20.
>
> I set PATH in AUTOEXEC.BAT, to include C:\CYGWIN\USR\BIN and
> C:\CYGWIN\BIN.



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