Tue Feb 8 20:32:00 GMT 2005
I've tried what you said, cleaned my PATH var (using control panel, ...)
but it doesn't work.
still the same problem
I ran a new IExporer window, to make sure it takes the new path values.
I could do a full uninstall of cygwin, and install a clean one, but
that looks so terrible;-(
On Tue, 8 Feb 2005 15:48:41 -0000, Dave Korn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: cygwin-owner On Behalf Of Lannoye Xavier
> > Sent: 08 February 2005 14:50
> > here you have the output for dir /w
> > its quite huge
> Directory of C:\oracle\ora90\Apache\Perl\5.00503\bin\mswin32-x86
> [.] [..] a2p.exe perl.dll
> perl.exe perl5.00503.exe perl95.exe perlglob.exe
> 6 File(s) 987.136 bytes
> This is ActiveState perl, so I was wrong in my first guess. I'm still
> suspicious that it's the root cause of the trouble though; if any of the
> setup.exe post-install scripts rely on perl, they are liable to invoke active
> state perl instead of cygwin perl, and break when it fails to understand
> cygwin-style POSIX paths.
> > I've put the cygwin path in top of my PATH var. but still the
> > same problem
> Hmm, peculiar. May need some more thinking time over this. Precisely how did
> you set it? If you do it using the PATH command in a DOS prompt, that wouldn't
> affect a copy of setup.exe that you launched from explorer, you do need to set
> it in Start Menu / Settings / Control Panel / System / Advanced / Environment
> Variables. Try setting your PATH to nothing but these entries:
> and see if that helps any.
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