Win2k Command Window Can't Execute G++

Roger Head
Sun May 31 12:54:00 GMT 2009

Larry Hall (Cygwin <reply-to-list-only-lh <at>> writes:

> Roger Head wrote:
> > Hi All,

> > Cygwin installation I had to manually add \Cygwin\bin and \Cygwin\usr\bin 
to the PATH. That hasn't been altered.  

> If you want Windows applications to be able to see Cygwin apps without
> adding explicit paths to the invocation, you'll need to add 'C:\cygwin\bin'
> or equivalent to your Windows PATH environment variable.  You can do so
> using the "System" applet from the "Control Panel".

Roger Head <rlincolnh <at>> writes:
Errr, yeah, thanks for the reply Larry, but as you see in my last para. I've 
already done that right from the start. My system is actually on L:, so my PATH 
has L:\Cygwin\bin and L:\Cygwin\usr\bin


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