Xmgrace problems

horacioemilio horacio.sanchez@int.fzk.de
Sun Dec 2 18:53:00 GMT 2007



Yes, due to some error I got always the src. But now I got the binary for
ash

By the way, it came with the name "sh.exe" isntead of "ash.exe". When I
tried to change its name it did not work, the file just dissapeared !!!

So I made a symbolic link on /bin for my location of sh.exe with the name
ash.exe. Then I used rebaseall, which detected ash.exe but told me some
errors about processes that I should kill. 

I killed all of them but still problems, so I edited rebaseall and removed
the check of this error.

Then everything went ok and now I can use xmgrace !!!

Thanks to everybody and specially the guy that told me if I knew C, for his
unvaluable help






Greg Chicares-2 wrote:
> 
> [Reformatted: see http://cygwin.com/acronyms/#TOFU ]
> 
> On 2007-12-02 17:27Z, horacioemilio wrote:
>> 
>> Greg Chicares-2 wrote:
>>> 
>>> On 2007-12-02 16:35Z, horacioemilio wrote:
>>>> 
>>>> 1- in a general way, how can I install new specific programs once I
>>>> need
>>>> them ? Should I use again setup.exe like the first time I installed the
>>>> whole system but only selecting the package that I need ?
>>> 
>>> Yes.
>>
>> Ok, I did that, so I got the package; ash-20040127-3-src.tar.bz2
> 
> The '-src' means you got the source.
> 
>> What could I do to get this "ash" get running ??
> 
> If I understand correctly, you don't really want to build 'ash';
> you just want to use it. If so, then just install the binary,
> using 'setup.exe'.
> 
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