Issues with NOD32 and fetchmail

2004-03-05 Thread Christian Weinberger
If you want to use fetchmail and use the NOD32 virus scanner, make sure that you set NOD32 IMON service for email scanning to the least intrusive stage (Highest compatibility). The other two settings corrupted my emails which is quite a bad thing if you do an automated processing on them.

Re: cygrunsrv taking near all cpu time

2004-03-05 Thread Gregory Borota
From your message I understand the problem is caused by Panda Antivirus not cygrunsrv I also had in the past some minor issues with McAfee (halting one postinstall script, causing cygwin to run slower, etc.). From my experience antivirus software would cause problems not only with cygwin but

Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] New package: setsid-0.0-3

2004-03-05 Thread Gregory Borota
Corinna wrote on 3/4/2004 8:07 AM: On Mar 3 16:44, Gregory Borota wrote: (I don't see the point for having stderr and stdout redirected also. (for symmetry maybe)) In theory, redirecting all descriptors attached to the console window should allow to close the console window since when the

Email Mangling

2004-03-05 Thread Gregory Borota
Looking at the headers for a message I sent recently (id 89248) I see that my email address was not mutilated in the Received: field. If one uses SBC Yahoo's smtp server he has his email address as username. If this is a very isolated incident then maybe nobody should bother. If not maybe it

1.5.5.1 st_ctime and st_mtime is not updated for functions.

2004-03-05 Thread Vinay Kumar
Hi all, I ran PCTS on cygwin 1.5.5.1 and found some problem. According to standard document of posix conformance following function need to update the st_ctime and st_mtime fields of the underlying file. These functions are not doing so. Is there any specific reason for that? Is it

Re: 1.5.5.1 st_ctime and st_mtime is not updated for functions.

2004-03-05 Thread Gregory Borota
Forgive my ignorance just wondering what does PERROR has to do with st_ctime and st_mtime. You mean when you redirect stderr to a file? Greg On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Vinay Kumar wrote: Hi all, I ran PCTS on cygwin 1.5.5.1 and found some problem. According to standard document of posix

Broken package selection for a full install

2004-03-05 Thread Daniel F. Dickinson
I installed cygwin (version 1.5.7) using setup.exe. I downloaded all the files locally, then cycled to Install rather than Default for selection All. A large number of post-install scripts produced the error dialog A required .DLL file CYGPCRE.DLL is missing and A required .DLL file

Re: Broken package selection for a full install

2004-03-05 Thread Daniel F. Dickinson
Daniel F. Dickinson wrote: I installed cygwin (version 1.5.7) using setup.exe. I downloaded all the files locally, then cycled to Install rather than Default for selection All. A large number of post-install scripts produced the error dialog A required .DLL file CYGPCRE.DLL is missing and A

Looking for a substitute to /usr/bin/mail

2004-03-05 Thread Patrick Samson
I use a product which uses the command 'mail'. I didn't find any /usr/bin/mail.exe in any available package. Does it mean that one have to install an email package and do a cp or ln to the email client? The product just needs to do something like: echo $msg | mail [EMAIL PROTECTED] -s $s Amongst

Re: read(): varblk tape records...( Fix for : read())

2004-03-05 Thread Corinna Vinschen
On Mar 5 05:14, Jason Winter wrote: Hi Corinna, It turns out that your new fix (for read();) might (I'm not sure until the nightly builds are working again) prevent the bug from happening with var-blk records - but I think the 'bug' will still cause problems with fixed-block records and

Re: fetchmail password from cygrunsrv [Attn: Corinna]

2004-03-05 Thread Corinna Vinschen
On Mar 4 19:49, Igor Pechtchanski wrote: I think this relates to the fact that only services logging in with the local system account can be configured to interact with the desktop...so it appears that the --user and --interactive flags are exclusive. Whoops, you're quite right

Re: problems with a new account, sshd, mkpasswd, and login

2004-03-05 Thread Corinna Vinschen
On Mar 4 17:26, Igor Pechtchanski wrote: As for the passwd question -- I don't know, it just says that. Looking at the sources, the whole string is hard-coded in there, so... Maybe it's a joke on Corinna's part to see if anybody noticed anything strange?.. ;-) Back when I wrote passwd, the

1.5.7 undefined reference to getreent when using mno-cygwin

2004-03-05 Thread list
Hi, I have a pure Win32 console program which I am trying to compile under Cygwin. I am including the following libraries -lws2_32 -lrpcrt4 -luuid -lrpcns4 -lpsapi -liphlpapi and am using a host of Win32 calls for threading, sockets, semaphores, etc. I know that I need to compile with

Re: 1.5.5.1 st_ctime and st_mtime is not updated for functions.

2004-03-05 Thread Corinna Vinschen
On Mar 5 15:55, Vinay Kumar wrote: Hi all, I ran PCTS on cygwin 1.5.5.1 and found some problem. According to standard document of posix conformance following function need to update the st_ctime and st_mtime fields of the underlying file. These functions are not doing so. Is

mail blocked.

2004-03-05 Thread james . young
We're sorry, [EMAIL PROTECTED] does not accept nonencrypted messages. To communicate in total security and privacy with this user please contact [EMAIL PROTECTED] now. -- Unsubscribe info: http://cygwin.com/ml/#unsubscribe-simple Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html

Re: Looking for a substitute to /usr/bin/mail

2004-03-05 Thread Olaf Föllinger
On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 02:19:40AM -0800, Patrick Samson wrote: I use a product which uses the command 'mail'. I didn't find any /usr/bin/mail.exe in any available package. Does it mean that one have to install an email package and do a cp or ln to the email client? The product just needs

Re: Email Mangling

2004-03-05 Thread Igor Pechtchanski
On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Gregory Borota wrote: Looking at the headers for a message I sent recently (id 89248) I see that my email address was not mutilated in the Received: field. If one uses SBC Yahoo's smtp server he has his email address as username. If this is a very isolated incident then

sshd vs. lftp

2004-03-05 Thread Chris Herborth
I've noticed some odd behaviour with the current sshd and lftp; everything is current (OpenSSH 3.8p1-1, lftp 2.6.10-2) and working (ssh and sftp work fine, lftp to other sites works fine). When I lftp to this box, tab completion doesn't work, and the mirror command downloads the specified

Re: Broken package selection for a full install

2004-03-05 Thread Igor Pechtchanski
On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Daniel F. Dickinson wrote: I installed cygwin (version 1.5.7) using setup.exe. I downloaded all the files locally, then cycled to Install rather than Default for selection All. A large number of post-install scripts produced the error dialog A required .DLL file

RE: problems with a new account, sshd, mkpasswd, and login

2004-03-05 Thread Morche Matthias
Do ssh -vvv, typically it complains about the login dir of the user having wrong permission. I use to set it to chmod og-w ~newuser. matthias -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Daniel Danger Bentley Sent: Thursday, March 04, 2004 8:52

Re: problems with a new account, sshd, mkpasswd, and login

2004-03-05 Thread Daniel Danger Bentley
The problem seems to be one of passwords, actually: it just tells me invalid password, even with -vvv. But I can login with windows and cygwin locally now, just not with ssh. Any idea where ssh could be reading the password incorectly? Thanks again, Dan - Original Message - Sent:

RE: problems with a new account, sshd, mkpasswd, and login

2004-03-05 Thread Morche Matthias
The password comes from the local PC or from the domain, depending if the user in passwd is a domain-user or not. But I ran several times into a problem if I didn't run mkgroup and some group the user belonged to wasn't in the group file. I'm not really sure about the error message, but I

Re: read(): varblk tape records...( Fix for : read())

2004-03-05 Thread Jason Winter
Hi Corinna, Unfortunately I can't run your testcase. My DDS tape drive seems to be broken. It can read, but it behaves weird when trying to write :-((( Doesn't it worry you, that we both have write problems? When I stick to reading, everything works just fine also. Do you want my Native NT

No receipt of digest Issue 3452 from cygwin-digest-help

2004-03-05 Thread Andrew J Halls
Hi all I seem to be missing digest issue 3452 , received issues 3451 3453 OK. Has there been any problems ? Andy Halls -- Unsubscribe info: http://cygwin.com/ml/#unsubscribe-simple Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html Documentation:

Re: /etc/procmailrc vs ~/.procmailrc

2004-03-05 Thread Jason Tishler
Peter, On Thu, Mar 04, 2004 at 02:38:38PM -0800, Peter Wisnovsky wrote: I'm using fetchmail with procmail. My fetchmailrc says poll y.c protocol pop3 username x keep mda procmail -d %T When my procmailrc is in ~/.procmailrc I get errors of the form: reading message [EMAIL

RE: read(): varblk tape records...( Fix for : read())

2004-03-05 Thread Hughes, Bill
Sent: 05 March 2004 10:20 From: Corinna Vinschen ..snip.. Unfortunately I can't run your testcase. My DDS tape drive seems to be broken. It can read, but it behaves weird when trying to write :-((( Unfortunately that seems perfectly normally for DDS drives. We even have a DDS3 that can

Re: 1.5.7 undefined reference to getreent when using mno-cygwin

2004-03-05 Thread Igor Pechtchanski
On Fri, 5 Mar 2004 listatlistdotdk wrote: Hi, I have a pure Win32 console program which I am trying to compile under Cygwin. I am including the following libraries -lws2_32 -lrpcrt4 -luuid -lrpcns4 -lpsapi -liphlpapi and am using a host of Win32 calls for threading, sockets,

RE: read(): varblk tape records...( Fix for : read())

2004-03-05 Thread Jason Winter
Hi Corinna, I don't quite understand what you mean. The first thing in raw_read() is to call writebuf() which checks if devbuf is used as a write buffer and if so, tries to write the data in the buffer onto the medium. This also sets devbufstart and devbufend to zero. Am I missing something?

RE: read(): varblk tape records...( Fix for : read())

2004-03-05 Thread Igor Pechtchanski
On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Jason Winter wrote: [snip] ps. Igor, I thought my DAT drive was broken for weeks, until I used the NT API directly... Huh? Did I miss a message from an Igor in this thread? Or do you mean Bill (http://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2004-03/msg00288.html)? ;-) Igor --

Re: Email Mangling

2004-03-05 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 08:12:29AM -0500, Igor Pechtchanski wrote: On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Gregory Borota wrote: Looking at the headers for a message I sent recently (id 89248) I see that my email address was not mutilated in the Received: field. If one uses SBC Yahoo's smtp server he has his email

VM Could not reserve enough space

2004-03-05 Thread news.gmane.org
When running a java application in CYGWIN I get the following error: Error occurred during initialization of VM Could not reserve enough space for object heap I have set the maximum memory to 4 gigs using these instruction: http://cygwin.com/cygwin-ug-net/setup-maxmem.html This does not solve

RE: perl 5.8.2's localtime reports gmtime

2004-03-05 Thread DePriest, Jason R.
-Original Message- From: cygwin-owner at cygwin dot com [mailto: cygwin-owner at cygwin dot com] On Behalf Of Keith Bainbridge Sent: Thursday, March 04, 2004 6:35 PM To: The Cygwin Mailing List Subject: Re: perl 5.8.2's localtime reports gmtime Steve Kelem wrote: I'm

Re: read(): varblk tape records...( Fix for : read())

2004-03-05 Thread Corinna Vinschen
On Mar 5 14:27, Jason Winter wrote: Hi Corinna, Unfortunately I can't run your testcase. My DDS tape drive seems to be broken. It can read, but it behaves weird when trying to write :-((( Doesn't it worry you, that we both have write problems? My DDS drive can't write even with native

Re: VM Could not reserve enough space

2004-03-05 Thread news.gmane.org
I cannot run the program from CMD at all. I'm not sure why this is (kinda a newb when running *nix apps on windows), but the instructions that come with the program say to use CYGWIN (http://www.nutch.org/docs/en/tutorial.html). The command line I am running is: bin/nutch admin db -create My

Re: VM Could not reserve enough space

2004-03-05 Thread Igor Pechtchanski
Dave, First off, please configure your mailer to not quote raw e-mail addresses in your replies -- the spam harvesters have it too easy as it is. Secondly, nutch is not an official Cygwin package, and so isn't supported on this list. Try asking on a nutch support forum (if there is any), or

Windows 2000 - starting Service

2004-03-05 Thread tobias . belch
Dear cygwin-Team, I installed cygwin successful. The cygipc-service is running perfectly. I want to start another service I named 'postmaster'. I need this service for PostgreSQL. When I try to start the service an error-message appears. Error 1067 : Process terminated unexpectedly What can I

Re: Email Mangling

2004-03-05 Thread Gregory Borota
http://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2004-03/msg00245.html http://cygwin.com/cgi-bin/get-raw-msg?listname=cygwindate=2004-03msgid=Pine.CYG.4.58.0403041424140.812%40lap On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Christopher Faylor wrote: On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 08:12:29AM -0500, Igor Pechtchanski wrote: On Fri, 5 Mar 2004,

A bit of history

2004-03-05 Thread Robert Mecklenburg
When was the Cygwin project started? I know that I started using Cygwin somehwere around 1992. I thought it was good then, I think it is incredible now. Thanks! -- Robert -- Unsubscribe info: http://cygwin.com/ml/#unsubscribe-simple Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html

Self-destructing Insight installation!

2004-03-05 Thread Dave Korn
Hi everyone, So there I was, debugging the gnu cpp with insight, then making a few changes, rebuilding cpp0.exe and doing another debug run. And all of a sudden, I got this error message, and insight refused to run. I've only managed to capture it in .PNG format, because it was one

Undefined references when compiling C++ program

2004-03-05 Thread Xavier Dufresne
Hello, when I try to compile this... //zozo.cc #include iostream int main() { std::cout Salut std::endl; return 0; } ...with... gcc zozo.cc ...gcc give me... /cygdrive/c/DOCUME~1/travonz/LOCALS~1/Temp/ccuTTqP6.o(.text+0x2f):zozo.cc: undefined reference to `std::cout'

Re: A bit of history

2004-03-05 Thread Larry Hall
At 01:38 PM 3/5/2004, you wrote: When was the Cygwin project started? I know that I started using Cygwin somehwere around 1992. I thought it was good then, I think it is incredible now. If you were using it in 1992, then you probably know more history than most others on this list. I've only

Re: Undefined references when compiling C++ program

2004-03-05 Thread Peter J. Stieber
when I try to compile this... //zozo.cc #include iostream int main() { std::cout Salut std::endl; return 0; } ...with... gcc zozo.cc Use g++ zozo.cc instead. Pete -- Unsubscribe info: http://cygwin.com/ml/#unsubscribe-simple Problem reports:

Re: Undefined references when compiling C++ program

2004-03-05 Thread Larry Hall
At 01:59 PM 3/5/2004, you wrote: Hello, when I try to compile this... //zozo.cc #include iostream int main() { std::cout Salut std::endl; return 0; } ...with... gcc zozo.cc ...gcc give me... /cygdrive/c/DOCUME~1/travonz/LOCALS~1/Temp/ccuTTqP6.o(.text+0x2f):zozo.cc: undefined reference to

Re: Windows 2000 - starting Service

2004-03-05 Thread Larry Hall
At 01:12 PM 3/5/2004, you wrote: Dear cygwin-Team, I installed cygwin successful. The cygipc-service is running perfectly. I want to start another service I named 'postmaster'. I need this service for PostgreSQL. When I try to start the service an error-message appears. Error 1067 : Process

Re: Snapshot 20040225: make hangs/errors out

2004-03-05 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 02:33:52PM -0500, Christopher Faylor wrote: I think I may have figured this out. It wasn't the eax register being zeroed. It was actually the test for zero returning improper values due to being interrupted by a signal. I made a fix last night that allowed me to run this

Re: sshd vs. lftp

2004-03-05 Thread Mark Blackburn
Chris Herborth wrote: I've noticed some odd behaviour with the current sshd and lftp; everything is current (OpenSSH 3.8p1-1, lftp 2.6.10-2) and working (ssh and sftp work fine, lftp to other sites works fine). When I lftp to this box, tab completion doesn't work, and the mirror command

Cywin Setup application not able to maximise

2004-03-05 Thread Michael John
Hi, i'm using Cygwin for more than half a yeah now. Admittedly, i find it very impractical not being allowed to resize, respectively maximize, the setup application, because the tree of packages to install is much to large for the window. Is this intended? Differently asked, is there a

RE: Cywin Setup application not able to maximise

2004-03-05 Thread Ken Thompson
-Original Message- Michael John Sent: Friday, March 05, 2004 4:51 PM Subject: Cywin Setup application not able to maximise Hi, i'm using Cygwin for more than half a yeah now. Admittedly, i find it very impractical not being allowed to resize, respectively maximize, the setup

RE: Cywin Setup application not able to maximise

2004-03-05 Thread Greg McCrory
At 3/5/2004 04:08 PM, you wrote: -Original Message- Michael John Sent: Friday, March 05, 2004 4:51 PM Subject: Cywin Setup application not able to maximise Hi, i'm using Cygwin for more than half a yeah now. Admittedly, i find it very impractical not being allowed to resize,

Re: A bit of history

2004-03-05 Thread Joshua Daniel Franklin
On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 02:11:04PM -0500, Larry Hall wrote: At 01:38 PM 3/5/2004, you wrote: When was the Cygwin project started? I know that I started using Cygwin somehwere around 1992. I thought it was good then, I think it is incredible now. If you were using it in 1992, then you

Re: Cywin Setup application not able to maximise

2004-03-05 Thread Peter Rehley
Greg McCrory wrote: At 3/5/2004 04:08 PM, you wrote: -Original Message- Michael John Sent: Friday, March 05, 2004 4:51 PM Subject: Cywin Setup application not able to maximise Hi, i'm using Cygwin for more than half a yeah now. Admittedly, i find it very impractical not being

Re: Snapshot 20040225: make hangs/errors out

2004-03-05 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 02:38:01PM -0500, Christopher Faylor wrote: On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 02:33:52PM -0500, Christopher Faylor wrote: I think I may have figured this out. It wasn't the eax register being zeroed. It was actually the test for zero returning improper values due to being

PK Authentication

2004-03-05 Thread Cameron B. Prince
Hi, I just installed the latest cygwin on my 2000 pro server and configured sshd. I created dsa public keys with no passphrase on cygwin and my remote linux webserver. I exchanged public keys on the machines. The cygwin ssh can login to the webserver without a pass, but the webserver cannot login

Can ipc-daemon2 put its files in directory other than /tmp?

2004-03-05 Thread David Garamond
I'm trying to bundle postgresql + cygwin in a single distribution for my clients. The goal is that a user can just extract the .zip file and run postgresql there (ipc-daemon2 + pg_ctl start; initdb need not be done because a zipped 'virgin' data dir will also be provided). Target platforms are

Re: read(): varblk tape records...( Fix for : read())

2004-03-05 Thread Jason Winter
Hi Corinna, This will stop me working on the tape handling in Cygwin until I got a new tape from somewhere :-( Well, I'll stick to variable-block tapes then - I've tested the first march-snapshot cygwin1.dll and it's working for me. (Although, I think only because the cygwin API *and* the

Re: Can ipc-daemon2 put its files in directory other than /tmp?

2004-03-05 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Sat, Mar 06, 2004 at 11:27:57AM +0700, David Garamond wrote: I'm trying to bundle postgresql + cygwin in a single distribution for my clients. Actually, hopefully, you are bunding postgresql + cygwin + whatever other binaries + *the sources to same* since this is a GPLed project, meaning that

Re: PK Authentication

2004-03-05 Thread Larry Hall
At 09:56 PM 3/5/2004, you wrote: Hi, I just installed the latest cygwin on my 2000 pro server and configured sshd. I created dsa public keys with no passphrase on cygwin and my remote linux webserver. I exchanged public keys on the machines. The cygwin ssh can login to the webserver without a

Re: [Review - Not yet] aterm-0.4.2-1 - vt102 terminal emulator, based on rxvt

2004-03-05 Thread Igor Pechtchanski
On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Harold L Hunt II wrote: Charles Wilson wrote: Harold L Hunt II wrote: You have a dependency in setup.hint on 'cygipc2'. There is no such package, it is called 'cygipc'. Also, any *new* packages, IMO, should not rely on cygipc at all. Instead, they should be

Please upload new package: TeXmacs-1.0.3.3-1

2004-03-05 Thread Andreas Seidl
The TeXmacs package has acquired the necessary 3 votes and a good to go review (http://sources.redhat.com/ml/cygwin-apps/2004-02/msg00158.html) more than two weeks ago. So please upload at you earliest convenience: - begin - mkdir TeXmacs cd TeXmacs wget \

Cygcheck reports: h:/unix-root/u/dev/null - Cannot open

2004-03-05 Thread Jari Aalto+mail.linux
I'm seeing a strange message from cygcheck. CAn anyone shed a light? When I run the program, it displays a message window: The dynamic link library /dev/null could not be found ... Jari [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/build/ploticus/ploticus-2.20/src# cygcheck ploticus.exeploticus.exe Found:

RE: Cygcheck reports: h:/unix-root/u/dev/null - Cannot open

2004-03-05 Thread Jörg Schaible
Jari Aalto+mail.linux wrote on Friday, March 05, 2004 2:44 PM: I'm seeing a strange message from cygcheck. CAn anyone shed a light? When I run the program, it displays a message window: The dynamic link library /dev/null could not be found ... Well, it has the same problem than me! I

[ITP] flip-1.19 - Convert between Unix and Dos line endings

2004-03-05 Thread Jari Aalto+mail.linux
sdesc: Convert text file line endings between Unix and DOS formats. ldesc: Flip converts line endings of text files between MS-DOS and **IX formats. It detects binary files in a nearly foolproof way and leaves them alone unless you override this. It will also leave files alone that are already in

Re: Please upload new package: TeXmacs-1.0.3.3-1

2004-03-05 Thread Igor Pechtchanski
On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Andreas Seidl wrote: The TeXmacs package has acquired the necessary 3 votes and a good to go review (http://sources.redhat.com/ml/cygwin-apps/2004-02/msg00158.html) more than two weeks ago. So please upload at you earliest convenience: - begin - mkdir TeXmacs

[ITP] par-1.51 - Greatly enhanced 'fmt' type paragraph reformatter.

2004-03-05 Thread Jari Aalto+mail.linux
sdesc: Greatly enhanced 'fmt' type paragraph reformatter. ldesc: Greatly enhanced 'fmt' type paragraph reformatter by Adam M. Costello. Can be used within vi or other editor to automatically reformat text in a variety of ways. Perfect for use with email usenet messages as it correctly handles

Re: Cygcheck reports: h:/unix-root/u/dev/null - Cannot open

2004-03-05 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 03:44:04PM +0200, Jari Aalto+mail.linux wrote: I'm seeing a strange message from cygcheck. CAn anyone shed a light? When I run the program, it displays a message window: The dynamic link library /dev/null could not be found ... Mailing list challenged? This is not a

Re: Cygcheck reports: h:/unix-root/u/dev/null - Cannot open

2004-03-05 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 02:35:25PM +0100, J?rg Schaible wrote: Jari Aalto+mail.linux wrote on Friday, March 05, 2004 2:44 PM: I'm seeing a strange message from cygcheck. CAn anyone shed a light? When I run the program, it displays a message window: The dynamic link library /dev/null

Re: Please upload new package: TeXmacs-1.0.3.3-1

2004-03-05 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 10:16:45AM -0500, Igor Pechtchanski wrote: On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Andreas Seidl wrote: The TeXmacs package has acquired the necessary 3 votes and a good to go review (http://sources.redhat.com/ml/cygwin-apps/2004-02/msg00158.html) more than two weeks ago. So please

New: srecord 1.20

2004-03-05 Thread marklist
I am pleased to announce the availability of srecord 1.20 for the Cygwin Net Release. Srecord is package that understands a number of file formats including Motorola S-Record and Intel MCS-86. It is capable of conversion, comparison and concatenation srecord-1.20-1 is available from: sdesc: A

New: srecord 1.20

2004-03-05 Thread marklist
I am pleased to announce the availability of srecord 1.20 for the Cygwin Net Release. Srecord is package that understands a number of file formats including Motorola S-Record and Intel MCS-86. It is capable of conversion, comparison and concatenation srecord-1.20-1 is available from: sdesc: A

New: srecord 1.20

2004-03-05 Thread marklist
I am pleased to announce the availability of srecord 1.20 for the Cygwin Net Release. Srecord is package that understands a number of file formats including Motorola S-Record and Intel MCS-86. It is capable of conversion, comparison and concatenation srecord-1.20-1 is available from: sdesc: A

ITP moratorium

2004-03-05 Thread Christopher Faylor
We've had a flood of package ITPs and a missing package maintainer. I'm imposing a moratorium on ITPs for now. I think I'm beginning to detect the sign of breakage in the process and possibly am detecting the fact that we are overloading setup.exe. It is rather a shame that we have a package

libungif - Depends on obsolete X libraries - Rebuild for approval by maintainer

2004-03-05 Thread Harold L Hunt II
It was brought to my attention today that my WindowMaker package requires files in the XFree86-lib-compat package by its dependency on the libungif package. Note: I did not say that setup.exe knows about this dependency (that is another issue [1]). The libungif package was last updated on

Re: ITP moratorium

2004-03-05 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 03:56:13PM -0500, Igor Pechtchanski wrote: On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Fr?d?ric L. W. Meunier wrote: [snip] But it's also a shame that http://cygwin.com/ported.html contains so many broken or outdated links. Can I go through it and submit a diff ? You most certainly can.

libungif-4.1.2-1 also available as 'test'

2004-03-05 Thread Harold L Hunt II
The patches I made worked for libungif-4.1.2 as well, so I packaged up libungif-4.1.2-1 as a 'test' package on my site. You can point Cygwin's setup.exe at the following address to install either 4.1.0-3 or 4.1.2-1: http://www.egr.msu.edu/~huntharo/cygwin/ Changes for libungif-4.1.2-1 from

Re: ITP moratorium

2004-03-05 Thread Brian Dessent
Christopher Faylor wrote: It is rather a shame that we have a package like coreutils going unclaimed while people are busily proposing other packages which would be of general utility to only a tiny percentage of cygwin users. You did get a volunteer for coreutils when you asked:

Re: ITP moratorium

2004-03-05 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 06:55:04PM -0800, Brian Dessent wrote: Christopher Faylor wrote: It is rather a shame that we have a package like coreutils going unclaimed while people are busily proposing other packages which would be of general utility to only a tiny percentage of cygwin users. You did

Re: [ITP] par-1.51 - Greatly enhanced 'fmt' type paragraph reformatter

2004-03-05 Thread Frédéric L. W. Meunier
On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Igor Pechtchanski wrote: Jari, Please check the existing packages before ITPing stuff. There already is par in Cygwin, and it's even newer than what you've ITP'd: http://cygwin.com/cgi-bin2/package-grep.cgi?grep=bin%2Fpar%28%5C.exe%7C+%7C%24%29. I'd also say: Reply to

Re: ITP moratorium

2004-03-05 Thread Frédéric L. W. Meunier
Agreed 100%. But it's also a shame that http://cygwin.com/ported.html contains so many broken or outdated links. Can I go through it and submit a diff ? And maybe someone should make a cygwinfind.net, cygwinpackages.net, or something outside Cywin to host such packages. On Fri, 5 Mar 2004,

Re: libungif - Depends on obsolete X libraries - Rebuild for approval by maintainer

2004-03-05 Thread Frédéric L. W. Meunier
While you're at it, just to mention I had started http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detailaid=907253group_id=10220atid=631307 Anyway, not much requires X11 in the library. dev2gif.c: Module to dump graphic devices into a GIF file.. And of the utilities, gif2x11.c: Program to display

Re: ITP moratorium

2004-03-05 Thread Frédéric L. W. Meunier
On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Christopher Faylor wrote: On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 03:56:13PM -0500, Igor Pechtchanski wrote: On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Fr?d?ric L. W. Meunier wrote: [snip] But it's also a shame that http://cygwin.com/ported.html contains so many broken or outdated links. Can I go through

Re: FW: XWin Xserver maximum root area exceeded?

2004-03-05 Thread Andrew Markebo
[...] | | Hi, | I am trying to use the prebuilt XWin.exe on a root area of | 12800x2048 (20 projectors arranged in 2 rows each with a resolution of | 1280x1024) Very interesting! 12.800 twelveTHOUSAND pixels wide.. could it be something like the size has a limitation? Hmm maybe is squeezed

WindowMaker does not find libX11.dll

2004-03-05 Thread tulitanssi
Hi all, I had problems with a fresh setup (today with all the newest packages with XFree86-xserv-4.3.0-50 and all). WindowMaker will not start, since it cannot find libX11.dll. And really, this file does not exist after setup.exe. From some older discussion I found that copying cygX11-6.dll to

XDMCP through a firewall w/ nat

2004-03-05 Thread Robert Mecklenburg
I'm trying to connect to a linux machine with kdm and I'm having trouble. My configurations are: linux: Mandrake 9.2 KDE ssh configured with X11Forwarding Windows XP: ICF disabled Latest Cygwin X (updated daily) Linksys Firewall/gateway/hub - I've successfully configured kdm for remote access

Re: WindowMaker does not find libX11.dll

2004-03-05 Thread Harold L Hunt II
I just did a cygcheck on wmaker.exe: === $ cygcheck ./wmaker.exe .\wmaker.exe C:\cygwin\bin\cygjpeg-62.dll C:\cygwin\bin\cygwin1.dll C:\WINDOWS\System32\ADVAPI32.DLL C:\WINDOWS\System32\ntdll.dll C:\WINDOWS\System32\KERNEL32.dll

Our site and cygwin.com

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Re: WindowMaker does not find libX11.dll

2004-03-05 Thread tulitanssi
Hi Harold, thanks for finding it out. However, I also noticed two other problems. 1) Emacs and xemacs (as started on Solaris and Linux) have crashing problems with the new XFree86-xserv-4.3.0-50. With XFree86-xserv-4.3.0-44 this problem did not exist. The crashing can easily be reproduced just

Re: WindowMaker does not find libX11.dll

2004-03-05 Thread dwilson4life
Actually you can get the libX11.dll if you install the Cygwin/X shared libraries from the XFree86-lib-compat/XFree86-lib-compat-4.3.0-2 package. These libraries, like Harold pointed out are based on the 4.2.0 (older) shared libraries. -D On Fri, 05 Mar 2004 16:58:25 +0200, tulitanssi wrote:

Re: XWin -clipboard and xterm focus

2004-03-05 Thread Peter Wisnovsky
Sigh, the update seems to have corrupted my installation since now ssh gives me an unresolved symbol in DLL error. I'll try reinstalling everything. Peter - Original Message - From: Harold L Hunt II To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, March 04, 2004 5:42 PM Subject: Re: XWin

Re: WindowMaker does not find libX11.dll

2004-03-05 Thread D
Actually you can get the libX11.dll if you install the Cygwin/X shared libraries from the XFree86-lib-compat/XFree86-lib-compat4.3.0-2 pat-4.3.0-2 package. These libraries, like Harold pointed out are based ont he 4.2.0 (older) shared libraries. -D On Fri, 05 Mar 2004 16:58:25 +0200, tulitanssi

Re: WindowMaker does not find libX11.dll

2004-03-05 Thread Harold L Hunt II
Lets keep one issue in one email thread. Start another if you want people to look into those issues. Harold [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Harold, thanks for finding it out. However, I also noticed two other problems. 1) Emacs and xemacs (as started on Solaris and Linux) have crashing

Re: New log file header

2004-03-05 Thread Alexander Gottwald
On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Takuma Murakami wrote: 2. Could you add a time-stamp at beginning of each line ? I tried to correspond the log messages with external actions (i.e. copy/paste and Emacs errors) and the time stamp could help. That is an interesting idea. I think we can do

Re: WindowMaker does not find libX11.dll

2004-03-05 Thread Harold L Hunt II
D wrote: Actually you can get the libX11.dll if you install the Cygwin/X shared libraries from the XFree86-lib-compat/XFree86-lib-compat4.3.0-2 pat-4.3.0-2 package. These libraries, like Harold pointed out are based ont he 4.2.0 (older) shared libraries. I didn't mention that because I do not

Re: XWin -clipboard and xterm focus

2004-03-05 Thread Harold L Hunt II
Peter, If you posted a little more information about that message then we might be able to help you short of a complete reinstall. Harold Peter Wisnovsky wrote: Sigh, the update seems to have corrupted my installation since now ssh gives me an unresolved symbol in DLL error. I'll try

Re: WindowMaker does not find libX11.dll

2004-03-05 Thread D
Sorry about that Harold. I did not fully read your original response. On Fri, 05 Mar 2004 13:35:39 -0500, Harold L Hunt II wrote: D wrote: Actually you can get the libX11.dll if you install the Cygwin/X shared libraries from the XFree86-lib-compat/XFree86-lib-compat4.3.0-2 pat-4.3.0-2

Re: XWin -clipboard and xterm focus

2004-03-05 Thread Peter Wisnovsky
Sigh. Now its even worse. My reinstall failed because the individual package install scripts fail for the same missing entry point: sh.exe: The procedure _fcntl64 could not be located in the dynamic link library cygwin1.dll Peter - Original Message - From: Harold L Hunt II [EMAIL

Re: XWin -clipboard and xterm focus

2004-03-05 Thread Harold L Hunt II
Peter, Sounds like cygwin1.dll was in use when you updated and that you have to reboot in order for it to be actually replaced. Either that (try the reboot first) or you have an older copy of cygwin1.dll somewhere on your system and will need to search for it and remove it. Harold Peter

Re: XWin -clipboard and xterm focus

2004-03-05 Thread Peter Wisnovsky
Doh! I exited all cygwin windows but forgot about the sshd. I forgot, its a windows machine: when in doubt, reboot! So...this seems to have fixed the focus problem; the clipboard still doesn't work but now that I have the updated log I see that its not launching this with the -clipboard arg.

Re: XWin -clipboard and xterm focus

2004-03-05 Thread Harold L Hunt II
Peter, I would just use startxwin.bat from the XFree86-startup-scripts package. It is much more reliable and easy to understand. I think it would help in your case to at least try startxwin.bat to confirm that it works as expected, then you can work on fixing your startup method of choice.

Re: XWin -clipboard and xterm focus

2004-03-05 Thread Peter Wisnovsky
OK, so I did this, and modified a copy to do start XWin -multiwindow -clipboard when I run this I see in the log that -clipboard was passed in, but get a popup that says A fatal error has occurred and Cygwin/X will now exit. Please open /tmp/XWin.log for more information. [...] Release

about downloading separate files

2004-03-05 Thread Jones Khoo
is there a way to download separate files instead of a whole package when updating your cygwin system. Take an example, I want to use gv, and it requires cygXmu-6.dll, since I don't have this file in my original Xfree86-bin, I need to download this file, yet I don't want to download a few

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