Is there anyway to reduce cygwin perl's String memory usage?

2009-12-30 Thread Zhao, Dong
Dear All: Recently our Perl project run into the Out of memory issue on Windows Cygwin, while it works well on Linux, after optimized the code ,it still didn't work on Windows Cygwin perl(Because we do a lot of analysis bases on string arrays and hashes) . We found the reason is Cygwin perl

Re: Defeated by alternatives: unison

2009-12-30 Thread Csaba Raduly
On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 4:28 AM, Steven E. Harris wrote: Since updating my Cygwin installation to version 1.7, I can no longer run unison from the command line. Unison uses the alternatives facility to select among multiple installed versions. The symbolic links all look to be set up

Re: Can't use key authentication on x64 Server 2003 R2

2009-12-30 Thread Csaba Raduly
On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 4:56 AM, Gordon Messmer wrote: Since upgrading to Cygwin 1.7, I'm no longer able to use key authentication on one of several Windows systems.  All of the working systems are 32 bit installs, the one which isn't working is 64 bit. . When the client connects, I get

Re: 1.7.1: Does 'chere' work with Vista 64b? Can't tell by me.

2009-12-30 Thread Dave
Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: On 12/28/2009 06:23 PM, Lee D. Rothstein wrote: Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: Lee D. Rothstein wrote: Are you running Vista 64bit? If not, I suspect the registry keys set in Vista 64 are not correct as set by 'chere'. No, actually I'm not, so if you're sure it's a

Re: [Patch] chere-1.1-1: fix uninstall from Control Panel

2009-12-30 Thread Dave
Christian Franke wrote: Uninstalling a chere item from Control Panel does not work if C:\cygwin\bin is not in Windows default PATH. The attached patch fixes this. Thanks, I'll apply this. I'm wondering whether I should just nuke that option... Regards, Dave. chere maintainer. -- Problem

Re: Goldstar please (Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: xinit-1.2.0-2)

2009-12-30 Thread Andrew Schulman
On Tue, Dec 29, 2009 at 07:31:07PM -0500, Charles Wilson wrote: Yaakov (Cygwin/X) wrote: On 29/12/2009 16:27, Charles Wilson wrote: Sounds like a good idea, but I wish I'd known this was coming before wasting time on: * Improve checkX behavior when used as 'barrier' in

Re: mount -a has no effect on the cygdrive prefix

2009-12-30 Thread Corinna Vinschen
On Dec 29 16:27, Karl M wrote: Date: Thu, 24 Dec 2009 12:10:47 +0100 From: corinna-cygwin Subject: Re: mount -a has no effect on the cygdrive prefix On Dec 23 08:32, Karl M wrote: Hi All... With the last 1.7.0 version and with a clean 1.7.1 install on an XP Pro SP3 machine,

Re: cygpath and spaces in filenames when reading from a file

2009-12-30 Thread Corinna Vinschen
On Dec 29 17:11, Jon Beniston wrote: Hi, cygpath can read a list of paths to convert from a file, when started with -file. However, how do you specify paths with spaces in them in this mode? It seems quoting the path or using \ doesn't seem to work. E.g: No, it doesn't. Space is used as

/var/lib/alternatives/gcc missing for alternatives 1.3.30c

2009-12-30 Thread Neil.Mowbray
Dear Folks, The scripts /bin/set-gcc-default-[34].sh are written to use alternatives to install gcc-3 and gcc-4. But /var/lib/alternatives/gcc is missing. I tried to create it using g++ as an example but all functions failed with an error failed to read link /usr/bin/gcc.exe (which is the

Re: cygpath and spaces in filenames when reading from a file

2009-12-30 Thread Mark J. Reed
On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 7:01 AM, Corinna Vinschen wrote: No, it doesn't.  Space is used as the field separator in the file.  I assume we need an extension like allowing to specify another separator. Another one for next year... As a first step, maybe just adding an xargs-style --null/-0 to

RE: Bash v4.0 does not respect $PATH

2009-12-30 Thread Neil.Mowbray
Yes I'm certain. Below is a log of the following script #--- script $ echo bash version = ${BASH_VERSINFO[0]} $ for i in $(echo $PATH | sed -r -e s/:/ /g); do echo $i; done $ which perl $ perl --version $ /bin/bash $ echo bash version = ${BASH_VERSINFO[0]} $ for i in $(echo $PATH |

Re: Defeated by alternatives: unison

2009-12-30 Thread Steven E. Harris
Csaba Raduly rcs...@gmail.com writes: You can try reinstalling unison; maybe one of the components of the symlink chain got lost Reinstalling solved the problem. Thanks for the suggestion. -- Steven E. Harris -- Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html FAQ:

Symbolic links problem with cygwin 1.7.1 in 64-bit Win7 Command Prompt

2009-12-30 Thread tuli tanssi
Hi, I've been using gcc and other tools in older versions of cygwin with 32-bit Windows XP and Vista from windows command prompt (cmd.exe) without problems. But now I'm using 64-bit Windows 7, and some command line tools like gcc.exe do not work anymore (from cmd.exe). They do work ok from

RE: cygpath and spaces in filenames when reading from a file

2009-12-30 Thread Jason Pyeron
-Original Message- From: Behalf Of Mark J. Reed Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 8:12 Subject: Re: cygpath and spaces in filenames when reading from a file On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 7:01 AM, Corinna Vinschen wrote: No, it doesn't.  Space is used as the field separator in the

Re: gcc4[1.7] printf treats differently a string constant and a character array

2009-12-30 Thread Rodrigo Medina
Hi, Eric Blake on Dec 2009 06:41:33 wrote: According to Andy Koppe on 12/29/2009 6:30 AM: Remember, POSIX states that any use in a character context of bytes with the 8th-bit set is specifically undefined in the C locale (whether that be C.ASCII or C.UTF-8). I very much disagree with that.

RE: Bash v4.0 does not respect $PATH

2009-12-30 Thread Neil.Mowbray
As requested the output from perl -e print $^X; Bash 3 = c:\opt\perl\bin\perl.exe Bash 4 = /usr/bin/perl As you would expect the program that is actually running. But again Bash 4 is incorrectly getting /usr/bin/perl rather than /opt/perl/bin/perl -Original Message- From: Csaba Raduly

Re: setup 1.7.1 hangs on 000-cygwin-post-install.sh

2009-12-30 Thread Brian Wilson
I had the same problem and have written up the detailed solution on my own problem thread; but will share it again here. It looks like the issue is the shell is not starting (heap space error) so the installation won't complete it's last steps (which require running shell scripts). Don't know

RE: Bash v4.0 does not respect $PATH

2009-12-30 Thread Jason Pyeron
-Original Message- From: cygwin-ow...@cygwin.com [mailto:cygwin-ow...@cygwin.com] On Behalf Of neil.mowb...@calgacus.com Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 8:38 To: 'Csaba Raduly'; cygwin@cygwin.com Subject: RE: Bash v4.0 does not respect $PATH As requested the output from

[OT] RE: Bash v4.0 does not respect $PATH

2009-12-30 Thread Jason Pyeron
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RE: Bash v4.0 does not respect $PATH

2009-12-30 Thread Neil.Mowbray
Sorry I missing the last question. To answer it: yes perl really is visible as /opt/perl/bin/perl which bash fails to execute it as the third line below shows. In this shell bash execute cygwin perl on line 5. ls: cannot access /opt/site/bin/perl: No such file or directory ls: cannot access

Re: 1.7.1 Install freeze of Cygwin post install.sh

2009-12-30 Thread Dave Korn
Brian Wilson wrote: Okay here's what worked for me on my home PC. [ ... snip ... ] You don't mention anything about the Cisco VPN client, but according to your cygcheck output it's still installed and (probably) running. That's the reason why cygcheck detects ZoneAlarm; it contains a bundled

Re: setup 1.7.1 hangs on 000-cygwin-post-install.sh

2009-12-30 Thread Dave Korn
Brian Wilson wrote: Basically boot in Safe Mode with Networking and run setup then select reinstall on all the base files. For me this got me to the point where I could get basic Cygwin working again and I could get a command shell running (sometimes). While this didn't eliminate the heap

Cygwin Apache installation problem

2009-12-30 Thread mtuma
Hi, I've downloaded last apache stable version (2.0.63) and when I tried to install it on my cygwin is giving me this error: $ ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/apache2 checking for chosen layout... Apache checking for working mkdir -p... yes checking build system type... i686-pc-cygwin checking

Re: Can't use key authentication on x64 Server 2003 R2

2009-12-30 Thread Gordon Messmer
On 12/30/2009 12:56 AM, Csaba Raduly wrote: If I understand this correctly, it is the ssh client which quits abruptly. Error 126 is The notorious error 126 (ERROR_MOD_NOT_FOUND) when loading DLL/DSO's in Win32 (first hit when googling Win32 error 126). However, WSAGetLastError is in ws2_32.dll,

Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Bengt Larsson
I seem to have a problem with wildcards from the Windows command line when there are high-bit characters in a filename. A directory contains only the two files user and användare (användare being user in Swedish): C:\Documents and Settings\Bengt2\Desktop\test\tttls -l total 0 -rw-r--r-- 1

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 12/30/2009 11:36 AM, Bengt Larsson wrote: I seem to have a problem with wildcards from the Windows command line when there are high-bit characters in a filename. A directory contains only the two files user and användare (användare being user in Swedish): C:\Documents and

Re: Cygwin Apache installation problem

2009-12-30 Thread Warren Young
On 12/30/2009 8:23 AM, mtuma wrote: checking for APR... reconfig configuring package in srclib/apr now /bin/sh: /cygdrive/c/Documents: No such file or directory configure failed for srclib/apr It's clearly barfing on the space in c:\Documents and Settings. The question is why it thinks it

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Bengt Larsson
Try noglob if your shell is not Cygwin-aware. Eh? The problem is that it doesn't glob when it should. The shell is standard CMD.EXE, ie Windows console. -- Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html FAQ: http://cygwin.com/faq/ Documentation:

Re: /var/lib/alternatives/gcc missing for alternatives 1.3.30c

2009-12-30 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 12/30/2009 08:07 AM, neil.mowb...@calgacus.com wrote: Can someone please provide a valid /var/lib/alternatives/gcc file or link me to either it's syntax or the programs source? This is created when alternatives runs for gcc. If you're missing it, it suggests to me that alternatives

Re: Symbolic links problem with cygwin 1.7.1 in 64-bit Win7 Command Prompt

2009-12-30 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 12/30/2009 08:30 AM, tuli tanssi wrote: Hi, I've been using gcc and other tools in older versions of cygwin with 32-bit Windows XP and Vista from windows command prompt (cmd.exe) without problems. But now I'm using 64-bit Windows 7, and some command line tools like gcc.exe do not work

Re: High CPU consumption with git tab completion in zsh

2009-12-30 Thread Thorsten Kampe
* Steven E. Harris (Tue, 29 Dec 2009 21:21:13 -0500) I've noticed that using tab completion with git in zsh often causes zsh to consume 100% of my CPU for around ten minutes before the completion request completes. The zsh completion commands look rather old: , | % ls -l

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Thorsten Kampe
* Bengt Larsson (Wed, 30 Dec 2009 18:18:21 +0100) Try noglob if your shell is not Cygwin-aware. Eh? The problem is that it doesn't glob when it should. The shell is standard CMD.EXE, ie Windows console. The shell (Cmd) does the globbing. Describe your problem in a Microsoft newsgroup.

Re: Cygwin Apache installation problem

2009-12-30 Thread Dave Korn
Warren Young wrote: On 12/30/2009 8:23 AM, mtuma wrote: checking for APR... reconfig configuring package in srclib/apr now /bin/sh: /cygdrive/c/Documents: No such file or directory configure failed for srclib/apr It's clearly barfing on the space in c:\Documents and Settings. The

Re: Cygwin Apache installation problem

2009-12-30 Thread mtuma
Thank you for your relpy. You were right. I've extracted the tar file onto a different directory and it did worked like a charm. This is a COE system so I might have space issues in the previous folder, as you said. The reason I want to use apache for cygwin is because I need to use cygwin's

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Dave Korn
Thorsten Kampe wrote: * Bengt Larsson (Wed, 30 Dec 2009 18:18:21 +0100) Try noglob if your shell is not Cygwin-aware. Eh? The problem is that it doesn't glob when it should. The shell is standard CMD.EXE, ie Windows console. The shell (Cmd) does the globbing. Describe your problem in a

Re: /var/lib/alternatives/gcc missing for alternatives 1.3.30c

2009-12-30 Thread Dave Korn
Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: On 12/30/2009 08:07 AM, neil.mowb...@calgacus wrote: Can someone please provide a valid /var/lib/alternatives/gcc file or link me to either it's syntax or the programs source? This is created when alternatives runs for gcc. If you're missing it, it suggests to

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Warren Young
On 12/30/2009 10:18 AM, Bengt Larsson wrote: Try noglob if your shell is not Cygwin-aware. Eh? The problem is that it doesn't glob when it should. The shell is standard CMD.EXE, ie Windows console. The behavior you're relying on is a nonstandard Cygwin extension which most Cygwin users, I

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 12/30/2009 01:20 PM, Dave Korn wrote: Thorsten Kampe wrote: * Bengt Larsson (Wed, 30 Dec 2009 18:18:21 +0100) Try noglob if your shell is not Cygwin-aware. Eh? The problem is that it doesn't glob when it should. The shell is standard CMD.EXE, ie Windows console. The shell (Cmd) does the

Re: cygpath and spaces in filenames when reading from a file

2009-12-30 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 01:01:29PM +0100, Corinna Vinschen wrote: On Dec 29 17:11, Jon Beniston wrote: Hi, cygpath can read a list of paths to convert from a file, when started with -file. However, how do you specify paths with spaces in them in this mode? It seems quoting the path or using

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 06:20:32PM +, Dave Korn wrote: Hang on though, isn't there some code in the cygwin dll to do globbing for just this situation, when you want to launch a cygwin executable from a non-cygwin context? Yes. cgf -- Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 12/30/2009 01:08 PM, Warren Young wrote: Another thing that doesn't work: c:\ echo W* Ah, right. So my idea doesn't make sense. Never mind. ;-) -- Larry Hall http://www.rfk.com RFK Partners, Inc. (508) 893-9779 - RFK Office 216

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Warren Young
On 12/30/2009 11:16 AM, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: On 12/30/2009 01:08 PM, Warren Young wrote: Another thing that doesn't work: c:\ echo W* Ah, right. So my idea doesn't make sense. Never mind. ;-) I think we're looking at two bugs, though. The original post appears to be about a Unicode

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Bengt Larsson
Warren Young wrote: On 12/30/2009 10:18 AM, Bengt Larsson wrote: Try noglob if your shell is not Cygwin-aware. Eh? The problem is that it doesn't glob when it should. The shell is standard CMD.EXE, ie Windows console. The behavior you're relying on is a nonstandard Cygwin extension which

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 05:36:05PM +0100, Bengt Larsson wrote: I seem to have a problem with wildcards from the Windows command line when there are high-bit characters in a filename. A directory contains only the two files user and anv?ndare (anv?ndare being user in Swedish): C:\Documents and

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Bengt Larsson
Warren Young wrote: On 12/30/2009 11:16 AM, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: On 12/30/2009 01:08 PM, Warren Young wrote: Another thing that doesn't work: c:\ echo W* Ah, right. So my idea doesn't make sense. Never mind. ;-) I think we're looking at two bugs, though. The original post appears to

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Warren Young
On 12/30/2009 11:33 AM, Bengt Larsson wrote: It doesn't work for echo because echo is a builtin in the Windows shell. Okay, imatwit, of course it is. One bug, then. :) -- Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html FAQ: http://cygwin.com/faq/ Documentation:

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Dave Korn
Bengt Larsson wrote: Every port of Unix utilities to Windows such as ls, grep and so forth do this globbing internally. No. Not every port. Specifically, not Cygwin ones: they get it done for them, by the shell that launches them, or in fallback cases by the Cygwin DLL. They don't have

Re: cygpath and spaces in filenames when reading from a file

2009-12-30 Thread Mark J. Reed
On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 1:18 PM, Christopher Faylor wrote: That's an option that I added.  I am surprised that it is space delimited since I thought I intended to make it newline delimited. It looks pretty intentional - it reads through the input line by line using fgets, but then calls

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Bengt Larsson
Dave Korn wrote: Bengt Larsson wrote: Every port of Unix utilities to Windows such as ls, grep and so forth do this globbing internally. No. Not every port. Specifically, not Cygwin ones: they get it done for them, by the shell that launches them, or in fallback cases by the Cygwin DLL.

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Bengt Larsson
Christopher Faylor wrote: On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 05:36:05PM +0100, Bengt Larsson wrote: I seem to have a problem with wildcards from the Windows command line when there are high-bit characters in a filename. A directory contains only the two files user and anv?ndare (anv?ndare being user in

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 08:17:21PM +0100, Bengt Larsson wrote: Dave Korn wrote: Bengt Larsson wrote: Every port of Unix utilities to Windows such as ls, grep and so forth do this globbing internally. No. Not every port. Specifically, not Cygwin ones: they get it done for them, by the shell

Re: cygpath and spaces in filenames when reading from a file

2009-12-30 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 01:18:50PM -0500, Christopher Faylor wrote: On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 01:01:29PM +0100, Corinna Vinschen wrote: On Dec 29 17:11, Jon Beniston wrote: cygpath can read a list of paths to convert from a file, when started with -file. However, how do you specify paths with

Re: C compiler is broken under 1.7.1-1

2009-12-30 Thread Paul McFerrin
Now that's been cleared up, I've reinstalled the default package and the C compiler now works. Should have noticed the ps.exe missing is a clue. I'm off to getting PHP installed now. Dave Korn wrote: Paul McFerrin wrote: Dave Korn wrote: File crt0.o is missing. Is it supposed to

Re: Problem with wildcard from Windows

2009-12-30 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 01:30:19PM -0500, Christopher Faylor wrote: On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 05:36:05PM +0100, Bengt Larsson wrote: I seem to have a problem with wildcards from the Windows command line when there are high-bit characters in a filename. A directory contains only the two files user

Re: 1.7.1: Mintty/bash window start: -bash: regtool: command not found

2009-12-30 Thread Dave Trollope
Hi, I too have seen this behaviour on both my work and home systems. Whats interesting is I ran cygcheck -c on each when exhibiting this problem and it said OK for the cygwin package. Is there a check that needs to be added to cygcheck which reports this as a problem? Or perhaps this is not

cygport: latest diffutils issues warning

2009-12-30 Thread Charles Wilson
The -u0 syntax has been deprecated, and now causes this message: Checking packages for missing or duplicate files diff: `-0' option is obsolete; use `-U 0' diff: Try `diff --help' for more information. diff: `-0' option is obsolete; use `-U 0' diff: Try `diff --help' for more information.

Re: cygport: latest diffutils issues warning

2009-12-30 Thread Yaakov (Cygwin/X)
On 30/12/2009 20:04, Charles Wilson wrote: The -u0 syntax has been deprecated, and now causes this message: Checking packages for missing or duplicate files diff: `-0' option is obsolete; use `-U 0' diff: Try `diff --help' for more information. diff: `-0' option is obsolete; use `-U 0' diff:

Re: [ITP, take 2] Re: [ITP] libelf

2009-12-30 Thread Dave Korn
Dave Korn wrote: send me the libelf0-0.8.13-1-compile.log offlist and I'll see how it compares to one of mine. Also if you could dump a list of the imports from your version of the dll, I'd like to see which symbols its pulling in. Nevermind; I figured it out. I have a local patch in my

singular-icons: possible packaging error?

2009-12-30 Thread Buchbinder, Barry (NIH/NIAID) [E]
The singular-icons package contains the following file in both versions 3.0.3-1 and 3.1.0-1. /usr/lib/Singular/cygwin-setup.exe I point this out since it seems strange to me and I wonder whether it might be a mistake. I apologized for wasting bandwidth if it is not an error. Thanks, -

Re: [ITP, take 2] Re: [ITP] libelf

2009-12-30 Thread Yaakov (Cygwin/X)
On 30/12/2009 11:38, Dave Korn wrote: Nevermind; I figured it out. I have a local patch in my binutils (which I'm about to send upstream) that accounts for the difference. I'll upload libelf without libgcc1 in the requires: line, since the DLL that I build won't have the import. (DLLs

Re: [ITP, take 2] Re: [ITP] libelf

2009-12-30 Thread Dave Korn
Yaakov (Cygwin/X) wrote: On 30/12/2009 11:38, Dave Korn wrote: Nevermind; I figured it out. I have a local patch in my binutils (which I'm about to send upstream) that accounts for the difference. I'll upload libelf without libgcc1 in the requires: line, since the DLL that I build won't

Can't start xterm from Cygwin/X icon in system tray

2009-12-30 Thread Jim Reisert AD1C
I have a very strange situation. At work, I am running Win XP SP3. I installed all the latest Cygwin (1.7.1) + Xorg updates, including startxwin.exe. Everything works perfectly. At home, I am running Windows 7 Professional, 64-bit. I am unable to start an xterm from the Cygwin/X icon in the

xinit-1.2.0-2 and Xwin Fatal error (xorg-server1.7.3-1)

2009-12-30 Thread ERIC HO
Hi there, I'm running cygwin 1.7.1. I entered xinit and it brought up the x server and the xterm. I then entered exit on the xterm to terminate the xterm. I got Xwin Fatal error. The last few messages in Xwin.0.log are as follows: 2009-12-30 12:45:31 DetectUnicodeSupport - Windows NT/2000/XP

Re: xinit-1.2.0-2 and Xwin Fatal error (xorg-server1.7.3-1)

2009-12-30 Thread Yaakov (Cygwin/X)
On 30/12/2009 13:57, ERIC HO wrote: Hi there, I'm running cygwin 1.7.1. I entered xinit and it brought up the x server and the xterm. I then entered exit on the xterm to terminate the xterm. I got Xwin Fatal error. Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html

X11 assertion fails

2009-12-30 Thread Carl R. Crawford
I just upgraded to the latest version of X11. A program that previously worked fine now reports the following error: assertion ret != inval_id failed: file /usr/src/ports/xorg/libX11/libX11-1.3.2-2/src/libX11-1.3.2/src/xcb_io.c, line 385, function: _XAllocID Aborted (core dumped) How do I fix

Fwd: xinit-1.2.0-2 and Xwin Fatal error (xorg-server1.7.3-1)

2009-12-30 Thread ERIC HO
Please see the attahced files for problem doc. Thanks. Cygwin Configuration Diagnostics Current System Time: Wed Dec 30 21:03:30 2009 Windows Vista Home Premium Ver 6.0 Build 6002 Service Pack 2 Path: C:\cygwin\usr\local\bin C:\cygwin\bin C:\cygwin\bin