All scripts in /etc/postinstall have wrong filetype
Thu Aug 19 05:40:00 GMT 2010
On 19 August 2010 04:50, Phil Goetz wrote:
> After running Cygwin setup to update my Cygwin install, I got a popup error, so I looked in /var/log/setup.log. (BTW, it would be very helpful for the popup to say "Check /var/log/setup.log" instead of "Check setup.log".)
Yep. That's already fixed in CVS.
> setup.log said, among other things:
> 2010/08/16 00:50:22 running: C:\cygwin\bin\bash.exe --norc --noprofile /etc/postinstall/update-info-dir.sh
> 2010/08/16 00:50:30 can't run /etc/postinstall/update-info-dir.sh: No such file
> 2010/08/16 00:50:30 running: C:\cygwin\bin\bash.exe --norc --noprofile /etc/postinstall/bash.sh
> 2010/08/16 00:50:30 can't run /etc/postinstall/bash.sh: No such file
> 2010/08/16 00:50:30 running: C:\cygwin\bin\bash.exe --norc --noprofile /etc/postinstall/docbook-xml42.sh
> 2010/08/16 00:50:30 abnormal exit: exit code=1
> I looked in C:/cygwin/etc/postinstall. Every single script there had ".done" appended to its name, eg
> bash.sh => bash.sh.done
> Hence none of the scripts could be run.
The .done is appended after a script has been run successfully. So the
question is why it tried to run scripts that had been run already.
Could you attach the log?
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