Mon Feb 14 10:46:00 GMT 2005
> HOME.org = `C:\'
> HOMEDRIVE = `C:'
> HOMEPATH = `\Documents and Settings\magr40'
Odd that you don't have $HOME set...
> 1111k 2004/09/05 .\cygwin1.dll - os=4.0 img=1.0 sys=4.0
> "cygwin1.dll" v0.0 ts=2004/9/5 5:17
> Cygwin DLL version info:
> DLL version: 1.5.11
> DLL epoch: 19
> DLL bad signal mask: 19005
> DLL old termios: 5
> DLL malloc env: 28
> API major: 0
> API minor: 116
> Shared data: 4
> DLL identifier: cygwin1
> Mount registry: 2
> Cygnus registry name: Cygnus Solutions
> Cygwin registry name: Cygwin
> Program options name: Program Options
> Cygwin mount registry name: mounts v2
> Cygdrive flags: cygdrive flags
> Cygdrive prefix: cygdrive prefix
> Cygdrive default prefix:
> Build date: Sat Sep 4 23:17:09 EDT 2004
> Shared id: cygwin1S4
Okay, you've got cygwin1.dll v1.5.11 here...
> Warning: There are multiple cygwin1.dlls on your path
I think that is due to you running cygcheck from your /usr/bin
directory, in which case cygcheck gets confused and sees it twice, since
/usr/bin and . are both in the path. The cygcheck logic could be a
little improved here.
> cygwin 1.5.12-1
However, setup seems to think that you have v1.5.12 of the dll
installed. Try running setup, put everything at "keep", then go to just
the 'cygwin' package itself and select "reinstall". That ought to get
the latest cygwin dll on your system, then you can run setup again a
second time and let it upgrade whatever other packages need updating.
There are still some bugs in setup where updating both the main cygwin
dll and other packages at the same time causes it to get confused, I'm
not sure if you hit one of those cases or not.
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