Robert Mcnulty junior
Sun Jun 17 11:58:00 GMT 2001

When i run setup, I let it pick the binaries for me. Sources are extra and
only needed by programmers. Or developers. I still have plans of integrating
the Platform SDK into my Cygwin distributions. From what i've been hearing,
we need more than the Cygwin API, the win32api and mingw support. There are
a lot of other nifty things that Visual C++ is getting to do that we can
implement them into a new cygwin-mingw-windows format. My plan along is to
expand Cygwin capabitilies by allowing more access to Windows. Think about
it. more stability and more stuff can be added as we make this thing support
Unix and Windows. Perhaps I can design a new compiler to use with the newer
Intel/Athelon chips all from my old pc.
Get cygwin-1.3.2-1.tar.gz. You skipped it when downloading the binaries.
It does have problems downloading but only if the packages are marked
I've been here for over two years now. Under other email alias's.
I'm trying to get right of my yahoo accounts and sticking with my bellsouth

-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of Mark H. Siffer
Sent: Sunday, June 17, 2001 1:33 PM
Subject: cygwin1.dll


I downloaded all the binaries for cygwin and ran setup.  The installation
seemed to go fine however when I run cygwin I get the error

A required .DLL file, CYGWIN1.DLL was not found.

Any ideas?

Mark Siffer

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