Denis Excoffier cygwin@Denis-Excoffier.org
Thu Jan 22 22:49:00 GMT 2015

On 2015-01-22 10:14, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> This doesn't look like an actual Cygwin problem.  There's no difference
> between XP and W7 inside of Cygwin which would explain this behaviour.

Yes, sure. In any case the problem has moved into another field:

% /usr/bin/ls /
/usr/bin/ls: reading directory /: No such file or directory
(regular ls output follows)

This explains probably the 'INTERNAL: readdir: No such file or directory'
behaviour. In addition, i'm now unable to compile the 20150113 snapshot
any more although it was ok at that time.

Now I have to check whether somebody could have applied some antivirus update,
software update or anything else on my PC.

Denis Excoffier.
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