Re: gcc, very high template-depth

2005-10-13 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 10/13/2005, Oliver Wienand wrote: I think the problem is, that polymake uses templates very heavy and compiles with --ftemplate-depth-200. I think you're right. The 'gcc' man pages says this about --ftemplate-depth: -ftemplate-depth-n Set the maximum instantiation

Re: security concerns / production environment

2005-10-13 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
ABi DaR wrote: Greetings, Are there any known issues about running cygwin SSHD service in a production environment? Is there any concern I should be aware of or has anyone run into problems running it on a production server with ColdFusion running on it. What kind of issues? Just how

Re: Segmentation fault, postmaster

2005-10-13 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Nick Adami wrote: I'm trying to get the latest snap shot to fix this problem: http://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2005-08/msg00420.html But all available snapshots from Sept and Oct cause cygwin1.dll compatibility errors. Can I still get the Aug. 9th snapshot. Or what else can I do? What do you mean

Re: security concerns / production environment

2005-10-14 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 10/14/2005, ABi DaR wrote: Well, I want to install cygwin on a production server and wanted to make sure there are no current security concerns or things that I should be aware of. I just wanted to know if anybody else had any issues where it conflicted with any existing application that

Re: rxvt as replacement for windows terminal

2005-10-14 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Christoffer Gurell wrote: I want to use rxvt shipped with cygwin as a replacement for the windows crappy terminal which cygwin uses as default. The problem is that native windows binaries like edit.com or python for windows does not work in rxvt. The terminal just hangs up. Is there a solution

Re: problems with top using Cygwin ssh to Debian 31r0a

2005-10-15 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
David Christensen wrote: Cygwin: When I use Cygwin to ssh into a Debian 3.1 stable (Sarge) machine and run top, the newlines seem to be double-expanded -- e.g. there is a blank line between each line of information. This problem does not occur when I ssh into a Debian 3.0 stable (Woody)

Re: problems with top using Cygwin ssh to Debian 31r0a

2005-10-15 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 10/15/2005, David Christensen wrote: Do both understand your terminal setting? I don't see any complaints when I log into a Debian machine. How can I troubleshoot this? Check what your terminal type is ('echo $TERM'). It's probably 'cygwin' for Cygwin if you're running from a command

Re: Cygwin, ssh, and top

2005-10-16 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Chris Taylor wrote: David Christensen wrote: snip My preference is still that Cygwin bash ssh work correctly with Debian 3.1, and I believe the problem is with whatever package provides terminal stuff in Debian 3.1. I'll try to find the package and file a bug report. It should be

Re: EventListening

2005-10-16 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Peace Everyone wrote: I'm a noob with cygwin and have a question about EventListening, is there an interface or a class I can use? Or some add on libraries to include or do I have to write/implement my own EventListening Class? That's a good question. I guess it depends on what kind of

Re: EventListening

2005-10-16 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Peace Everyone wrote: Peace Everyone wrote: I'm a noob with cygwin and have a question about EventListening, is there an interface or a class I can use? Or some add on libraries to include or do I have to write/implement my own EventListening Class? That's a good question. I guess it

Re: Problem

2005-10-17 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: After downloading and installing every component of the setup.exe file for using cygwin, when I open cygwin and try compiling a program that i have created, using the command gcc -o filename filename.c, the command gcc is not recognized and I cannot compile my program.

Re: Problems opening files from run menu

2005-10-20 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Paminu wrote: Christopher Faylor [EMAIL PROTECTED] skrev i en meddelelse ... On Wed, Oct 19, 2005 at 04:38:43PM +0200, Paminu wrote: I have a xfig file in: c:\cygwin\home\test\test.fig I can open this xfig file from the run menu like: bash --login -e startxprog xfig

Re: Cygwin ssh prob

2005-10-23 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Paul-Kenji Cahier wrote: Hello all, I have noticed a problem occuring when ssh-ing and was unable to confirm what was the cause. Basically when pasting a lot of text through an ssh connection the windows will freeze, until the connection is disconnected. I've experienced it with all sorts of

Re: Cron Problems with Cygwin

2005-10-23 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
CWS Informatics [Sas] wrote: I am having trouble getting the cron to run properly under Windows 2000 and XP with cygwin. I have searched through several threads on the mailing list, including these most relevant ones: The solutions did not overly work, although they did help me progress a

Re: Cron Problems with Cygwin

2005-10-24 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
CWS Informatics [Sas] wrote: I am not sure what else you want based on reporting guidelines. I attached the cygcheck file though. Thanks. I was also looking for details about your failing cron commands. As for what I am trying to do: We have a bunch of old Unix scripts and software that

Re: Cygwin strange error after installing new package -- bash: /usr/bin/tr: No such file or directory

2005-10-28 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Lei Sun wrote: On 10/27/05, Lei Sun lei.sun at gmail dot com wrote: http://cygwin.com/acronyms/#PCYMTNQREAIYR Hi, The error message seems to be too general, google just returned tons of junk. Story: 1. Fresh install of cygwin, chose some

Re: fstream and sstream error with gcc 3.4.4

2005-10-30 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 10/30/2005, Scott Cegielski wrote: Danny Smith wrote: After upgrading from gcc 3.3.3 to gcc 3.4.4, I now get the following errors when I compile some code: When using GCC's libstdc++ -DNOMINMAX or #define NOMINMAX before including windows.h Danny Thanks, that did it. Why

Re: PostgreSQL : Bad system calls

2005-10-30 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Alex Goldman wrote: Hi I get Bad system call errors, when I try to run 'initdb'. I searched the net for cygwin + postgresql + bad system call, and saw that others are complaining about this problem too, but I found no explanations or solutions. I tried both 7.4.3-1 and 7.4.5-1 versions of

Re: PostgreSQL : Bad system calls

2005-10-31 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Alex Goldman wrote: On 10/30/05, Larry Hall (Cygwin) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Alex Goldman wrote: Hi I get Bad system call errors, when I try to run 'initdb'. I searched the net for cygwin + postgresql + bad system call, and saw that others are complaining about this problem too, but I

Re: Newbie: How to change $HOME path?

2005-10-31 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Thomas Hartmann wrote: Hi, I suppose I ask a quite obvious newbie-question, but: How can I change the $HOME path? At the moment it points onto my desktop and I want to change to another directory since .* files are not hidden (because I tinker with my system so it displays all files...).

Re: Wanted: Help translating classpath from CMD.EXE to bash

2005-10-31 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 10/31/2005, Siegfried Heintze wrote: As someone mentioned, you can use cygpath -p to convert a POSIX-style path into a Win32-style one. I think I need to go the other way. Given a CLASSPATH variable in windows, how do I convert it to cygwin? Do I use : to separate the elements, or do I use

Re: Console Setup

2005-10-31 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Rudi wrote: Hy, will there sometimes be a Setup-program available that works on the console? I would like to update or add new packages through ssh instead of Windows GUI to speedup these processes There are command line options. Below is an old pointer. I'm sure you can find more

Re: error while installing cygwin

2005-11-06 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Abhinav Varshney wrote: Hi, I have been trying to install cygwin on my windows xp, but while dowloading stuff from the website using setup file it gives me an error saying cygwin1.dll not found and then cygwin either doesnt work or starts wid bash shell..how can i make it work? Thanks in

Re: Installer bug with symlinks

2005-11-07 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Joe Krahn wrote: The installer can make a directory for new files even if there is already an existing directory symlink of the same name. I discovered the problem when upgrading where I had a custom X11 build. I moved /usr/X11R6 to /usr/X11R6.dist, and made the symlink /usr/X11R6 -

Re: How to run cygwin sshd as a domain user?

2005-11-07 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Xing Qiu wrote: Hi, I have successfully installed cygwin and its openssh package. I followed the instruction about setting up sshd and it works as expected. However this sshd service turns out to be a local service, which means I can't get access to the net printers and the net file

Re: Wikipedia info about cygwin

2005-11-08 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Chan Kar Heng wrote: This page should have all the authorative information that should be in that wiki page: http://cygwin.com/faq/faq.html#faq.about .. and especially this: http://cygwin.com/history.html Both the above word things in much better way in more proper perspectives, as well

Re: Inetd running slow

2005-11-08 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Stephen Patterson wrote: Hi all I've installed inetutils uw-imapd on cygwin, registered inet as a windows XP service (which starts OK) and I'm running uw-imapd through inetd. Inetd uw-imap are slow to respond when I connect to them locally. Info from event viewer, application log on starting

Re: ln, ls or readline problem?

2005-11-08 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Eric Blake wrote: $ ls -ld bar2 lrwxrwxrwx 1 Carlo None 7 Nov 9 08:47 bar2 - foo/bar Here's the problem: When I do a `cd bar2' and do an `ls -l ../', here's what I get: Known problem. Cygwin takes a shortcut and treats name/.. as though it were a single ., which unfortunately is counter

Re: Installing error: cygwin1.dll not found

2005-11-09 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Kevin Worrell wrote: Hi, I recently installed cygwin on my Windows XP but when I try to run cygwin I get an error saying “This application (bash.exe) has failed to start because cygwin1.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem.” I also got a similar message

Re: Cygwin fork failure

2005-11-18 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
David Svoboda wrote: I have built a C++ server program called 'analyzer'. But when I try to run it, it fails upon trying to execute a 'fork' command. Why? $ analyzer --KANTOO_LANGUAGE=toy -server-multiple -fork Analyzer 2.0 *** 5 [main] analyzer 1712

Re: Getting 'bad port number' and such, all the time

2005-11-19 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 11/19/2005, Daniel Callejas Sevilla wrote: This has happened for one week now, but as far as I remember, there were no changes to my installation one week ago. Everything was working fine before. Sorry, there's nothing obviously wrong that I can see. But if this truly was working a week

Re: sshd on windows 2000

2005-11-21 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Jeff Sadowski wrote: I have one server that has a problem with sshd. And its a strange problem that I don't know what is causing it. Seems to be an authentication problem but I'm not really sure about that. Also there is a problem starting it. When I try starting it the server times out on

Re: Domain change: permission denied in sshd

2005-11-22 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Ludovic Drolez wrote: Hi ! We use opensshd to remote admin windows systems. But If the SID is changed we have the following problems: - I can log in but we can see 'Could not chdir to home directory /home/Administrateur: Permission denied'. And key based auth works even if the home directory

Re: P.S. cygheap base mismatch

2005-11-22 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Lester Ingber wrote: I also had reinstalled the most current versions of cygutils 1.2.9.-1 cygwin 1.5.18.1 I guess there is something else I should try to reinstall as well? Perhaps my reverting to mingw-runtime 3.8-1 and then putting back mingw-runtime 3.9-1 messed up some other DLLs? You

Re: P.S. cygheap base mismatch

2005-11-22 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 11/22/2005, Lester Ingber wrote: After sending the reply below, I did what I said I did before today (actually twice) to try to solve this problem: I rebooted my Thinkpad the way I usually do, by shutting down all running windows (including daemons like sshd running under Cygwin). I still

Re: Cygwin fork failure

2005-11-22 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Saturday 19 November 2005 01:07 am, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: David Svoboda wrote: I have built a C++ server program called 'analyzer'. But when I try to run it, it fails upon trying to execute a 'fork' command. Why? snip If running 'rebaseall' doesn't

Re: P.S. cygheap base mismatch / popen()

2005-11-22 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Lester Ingber wrote: As I explained in my first posting in this thread, popen() hangs my code when using the -mn=no-cygwin option under gcc. Most of the time this happens, I also get printed to STDOUT, The process tried to write to a nonexistent pipe. The xterm window in which I am running

Re: Cygwin fork failure

2005-11-23 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 11/23/2005, David Svoboda wrote: My best guess is that this bug was introduced by a new version of cygwin, as it did not occur until I did a cygwin-update. But didn't you claim that switching back to an older version of Cygwin didn't help? It seems that the oldest cygwin I can get is

Re: Cygwin connection closing running on Server 2003

2005-11-23 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 11/23/2005, Jack Romano wrote: I am running Cygwin 1.5.18 on Windows Sever 2003 with all current updates. My problem pertains to OpenSSH 4.2p1-1. I ran the setup script for OpenSSH and used the tool to import my Windows users. I am able to connect to the server both locally and from other

Re: Installation Fails (Hangs?) on plain vanilla XP Machine

2005-11-25 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
surendar jeyadev wrote: I am trying to install Cygwin on a standard Windows XP set up. When I run 'setup.exe', it hangs at the point where is starts to download the 'mirrors.lst' file. The is no activity in the progress bar and I noted no disk or net activity for 30 min. Retried 3 times to no

Re: Installation Fails (Hangs?) on plain vanilla XP Machine

2005-11-25 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
surendar jeyadev wrote: --- Larry Hall (Cygwin) reply-to-list-only-lh at cygwin dot com wrote: http://cygwin.com/acronyms/#PCYMTNQREAIYR. Thanks. surendar jeyadev wrote: I am trying to install Cygwin on a standard Windows XP set up. When I run 'setup.exe', it hangs at the point

Re: Cygwin install changing permissions

2005-11-28 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 11/28/2005, Debbie Tropiano wrote: It was reported to me that If you install Windows XP svc pack 2 and then install Cygwin, it will lock out permissions to the Administrator on many of the critical file folders. We did not receive an uninstall executable to undo the damage, so all we can do

Re: Cygwin install changing permissions

2005-11-28 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Debbie Tropiano wrote: Larry - On Mon, Nov 28, 2005 at 03:15:38PM -0500, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: On 11/28/2005, Debbie Tropiano wrote: It was reported to me that If you install Windows XP svc pack 2 and then install Cygwin, it will lock out permissions to the Administrator on many

Re: Cygwin logo

2005-12-07 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 12/07/2005, Thorsten Kampe wrote: There has been one (1) reply to this message from someone who said that they liked it. I don't think that it yet has a ringing endorsement from the community so I think it is premature for Corinna or me to get involved. Well, actually there are two now

Re: Cygwin logo

2005-12-07 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Igor Pechtchanski wrote: On Wed, 7 Dec 2005, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: Can anyone work an otter or a hippo into the logo? ;-) ;-) ;-) You mean, like this? :-) Igor LOL! That's perfect! Does anyone want to set up a web site that we can all vote at so I can go vote for this one

Re: Cygwin logo

2005-12-08 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Alexander Gottwald wrote: On Thu, 2005-12-08 at 07:34 -0800, Brian Dessent http://dessent.net/tmp/cyghippo.jpg I first had to make the basic logo http://dessent.net/tmp/cygwin-logo-large.png. This is not really a new logo but rather the old one, just done in vector format with some rounded

Re: Cygwin logo

2005-12-08 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Brian Dessent wrote: Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: Can anyone work an otter or a hippo into the logo? ;-) ;-) ;-) For what it's worth when I made this back in April http://dessent.net/tmp/cyghippo.jpg Reminds me of Barney. ;-) I first had to make the basic logo http://dessent.net/tmp

Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: xpdf-3.01-1

2005-12-08 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
René Berber wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Dr. Volker Zell wrote: Hi A new version of 'xpdf' has been uploaded to a server near you. DESCRIPTION: An open source viewer for Portable Document Format (PDF) files. [snip] Why is xpdf installed in /usr/bin?

Re: Before Firewall

2005-12-12 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Alexandre Pereira - Tracker Solutions wrote: Good Morning I'm before a firewall and I can access the internet . In The Windows I configured the proxy address , the port (3128) , my login and password . I can access without problems . But I dont know how I must configure the

Re: Where is patch?

2005-12-14 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Christopher Faylor wrote: On Wed, Dec 14, 2005 at 01:48:57PM -0600, Ren? Berber wrote: Lennart Borgman wrote: I am having trouble with patch. My Cygwin patch (and my GnuWin32 patch) says it is version 2.5.9. But where is the sources for this? I looked at ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/patch and

Re: Rsync over SSH not working when ZoneAlarm installed

2005-12-14 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Zarko Roganovic wrote: Hello, I'm trying to backup a directory from a Win 2K machine to a Linux server with cmd below. rsync -rvc -e ssh -l testusr /cygdrive/c/testdir 192.168.1.2:/home/testusr When I uninstall ZoneAlarm(6.1.737) this same command works fine. It doesn't help if I shutdown

Re: Rsync over SSH not working when ZoneAlarm installed

2005-12-14 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Zarko Roganovic wrote: Larry Hall (Cygwin reply-to-list-only-lh at cygwin.com writes: Zarko Roganovic wrote: Hello, I'm trying to backup a directory from a Win 2K machine to a Linux server with cmd below. rsync -rvc -e ssh -l testusr /cygdrive/c/testdir 192.168.1.2:/home/testusr

Re: PerlTK under Windows

2005-12-14 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Andrew DeFaria wrote: Yaakov S (Cygwin Ports) wrote: Andrew DeFaria wrote: However I'd like PerlTk to fall back to using Windows widgets much like rxvt will do a Windows window if there is no X server to connect to. Just how rxvt manages to use both X11 and Win32GUI is unique, as has

Re: Perl/TK Segmentation Violation

2005-12-16 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 12/16/2005, Brett Serkez wrote: perhaps there is a missing library dependency? As another test I did a full install of Libs and X11, afterwards my test program now runs. I believe this confirms the issue is a missing dependency in the package management system. What tools are available

Re: Call for testing Cygwin snapshot (d_ino)

2005-12-18 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Angelo Graziosi wrote: I wrote: The code that causes this error should be : --- #if defined(_POSIX_SOURCE) // Posix does not require that the d_ino field be present, and some // systems do not provide it. # define REAL_DIR_ENTRY(dp) 1 #else #

Re: expect script hanging: ssh to localhost w/password authentication

2005-12-19 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Tom Rodman wrote: Related ssh/expect script post by Corinna: http://sourceware.org/ml/cygwin/2003-10/msg00801.html FYI: The Dec 16 cygwin1.dll snapshot test case hung again in the same way, after I ran a rebaseall - just tried this 10 min ago. Is it recommended that one do a

Re: bug with Cygwin - ls .. within a link (directory)

2005-12-19 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Robert Body wrote: Here is a bug with cygwin: r is a link to /cygdrive/c/robertbody and when I go into the link named r and I do ls .. it is incorrect, and inconsistent with cd ..; ls, because in fact Cygwin is mishandling the link.. inconsistently with any linux/unix You're going to

Re: type ahead bug report - so far not addressed

2005-12-19 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Robert Body wrote: here is the bug report again, i tried emailing Corinna, but that didn't work As I should have pointed out in my last email message on this subject, you should always send you bug reports to the list. Most, if not all, maintainers ask that you do this. This keeps the

Re: SSH problem after upgrade

2005-12-20 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Ed Brady wrote: After upgrading to the latest release of cygwin, I am continually receiving the error message. socket: Operation not permitted ssh: connect to host port 22: Operation not permitted I have had Cygwin installed on this computer for over three years and have used ssh reguarly

Re: Setting cygwin permissions from Windows programs

2005-12-20 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Steve Holden wrote: I am writing a Python program to generate file trees to be distributed to a Linus machine using Cygwin's scp. As the GUI to this program uses wxPython, a native Windows approach is the most straightforward. Is there any way to set permissions on the output files from the

Re: .bash_profile not being invoked

2005-12-20 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Farhad Tahmasebi wrote: I have installed cygwin previously without any problems. After my installation yesterday, .bsh_profile does not get invoked when I run cygwin.bat . My mount and HOME are OK because cygwin.bat takes me to my home directory, but it does not go through .bash_profile in my

Re: 1.5.18: Re: .bash_profile not being invoked

2005-12-20 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Farhad Tahmasebi wrote: Larry: Many thanks for your time. When I tried cygcheck -s -v -r cygcheck.out, I got the following error message: cygcheck: dump_sysinfo: GetVolumeInformation() failed: 53 That's it? Nothing went to 'cygcheck.out'?If you do a 'net helpmsg 53' at the command

Re: Rsync over SSH not working when ZoneAlarm installed

2005-12-20 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Zarko Roganovic wrote: Dave Korn dave.korn at artimi.com writes: Zarko Roganovic wrote: When I set ZoneAlarm to block rsync.exe from accessing the internet I got the following error rsync: failed to connect to 192.168.1.2: Connection refused (111) rsync error: error in socket IO (code

Re: Inconvenient ghostscript and transfig dependences

2005-12-20 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Rodrigo Medina wrote: Hi, There are two different gs programs distributed, one linked to the X11 library which is put in /usr/X11R6/bin/gs.exe and another no-X11 that goes into /bin/gs.exe. Here starts the problem: two different programs with the same name. Actually if you have X11 there is no

Re: 1.5.18: .bash_profile not being invoked

2005-12-20 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Farhad Tahmasebi wrote: OK. How do you determine that ~/.bash_profile isn't being run? Is it run when you type 'bash -l' on the command line? If so, you need to check how you're starting bash to begin with. If not, you need to determine what bash thinks is your home and whether you have

Re: Listening sockets not always closing?

2005-12-20 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Craig Davison wrote: On Tue, 20 Dec 2005, Chris Taylor wrote: No offense, but doesn't this tell you what the solution is? Patch the out-dated machines. They're open to countless security flaws by now. All 2k boxen should be running SP4 by now - it's only been out a couple of years... My

Re: *nix fun/oddball utilities Merry Xmas

2005-12-20 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Christopher Faylor wrote: On Tue, Dec 20, 2005 at 09:26:50PM +, zzapper wrote: Hi, Thanx to all those involved with Cygwin another brilliant year Some lesser known utilities to play around with after your Xmas party instead of ruining the code you've developing all year! fortune

Re: 1.5.18: .bash_profile not being invoked

2005-12-21 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Farhad Tahmasebi wrote: - Original Message - From: Larry Hall (Cygwin) To: Farhad Tahmasebi Cc: cygwin@cygwin.com Sent: Tuesday, December 20, 2005 7:43 PM Subject: Re: 1.5.18: .bash_profile not being invoked Well your '/etc/passwd' doesn't agree with the directory you set your HOME

Re: Found case with Download incomplete / try again

2005-12-21 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Alexey N. Solofnenko wrote: Who supports Cygwin Setup? I guess this list is the best to report problems with setup.exe. It's acceptable but not preferred. See: http://cygwin.com/lists.html -- Larry Hall http://www.rfk.com RFK Partners, Inc.

Re: custom installer

2005-12-22 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
angel bosch wrote: If you're talking about just installing tools within your own company, you're fine. ok, any info about the topic? i just want to know what exaclty do the installer of cygwin to avoid any problem. is enough with copying the whole directory? No. It also runs, at

Re: Found case with Download incomplete / try again

2005-12-22 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 12/22/2005, Alexey N. Solofnenko wrote: If setup.exe is not supported for other projects, maybe they should not even try using Cygwin setup, but who am I to tell how things are done here... I will resend my complain to cygwin-apps mailing list. You're, of course, assuming that the

Re: responding to someones post

2005-12-23 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Mariusz Wodzicki wrote: More interesting is the question how to reply to somebody's post *without* subscribing to the cygwin mail list. I find it very useful to visit the mailing list whenever I feel so but my previous experience with subscribing to mailing lists having such a high volume like

Re: Cygwin install (v2.510.2.2) failure WinXPHome fopen failed 22 invalid argument.

2005-12-23 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Phil Pollock wrote: I'm sure this is frustrating for both of us. I was expecting Cygwin to be running a couple of days ago. There is nothing unusual about what I am doing with setup.exe. I don't know why setup.exe would be sensitive to my hardware/software more than other people's. snip

Re: convert PDF to html

2005-12-27 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 12/27/2005, George wrote: On Tue, Dec 27, 2005 at 04:28:27PM -0500, J. David Boyd wrote: Are there any utilities in Cygwin to convert PDF to html? We are print legacy word perfect documents to PDF files, but would like to convert them to html, preserving all layouts and embedded

Re: your mail

2005-12-28 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Christopher Faylor wrote: On Wed, Dec 28, 2005 at 04:28:32AM -0800, Said Hanafy wrote: dear Christopher i try ti install cygwin in WINME platform and i follow the instruction exactly but the window is closed instantly (this means there is a problem in the setup of

Re: Cygwin Setup Command Line

2005-12-28 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
On 12/28/2005, Bruce Dobrin wrote: Is there anything new in automating Cygwin setup since the short command line list at: http://sources.redhat.com/ml/cygwin-apps/2003-03/msg00526.html (Referenced in the Cygwin-apps Homepage)? I think that still about covers it. You can check the source

Re: Why no-X11 ghostscript?

2005-12-28 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Rodrigo Medina wrote: On 2005/12/28 18:08:11, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: Rodrigo Medina wrote: Hi, If I am not mistaken, gs-X11 does everything that gs-no-X11 does, then why distributing gs-no-X11 at all? A lot problems may arise due to the presence of two different programs with the same

Re: basename(1) defect

2005-12-29 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Stan Tsu wrote: Thanks. The echo works. I haven't verified whether the latest basename(1) behaves in the same way because I've run across a bigger problem. Has anyone seem severe performance degradation running Cygwin on WinME systems? I've seen my system just get slower and slower over the

Re: scp/ssh: non-interactive commands using PasswordAuthentication fail

2005-12-29 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Tom Rodman wrote: 2 informal tests on my home PC, /etc/ssh_config is OTTB no problem, using PubkeyAuthentication: $ uname -a #login shell is bash, started by 'sshing in' CYGWIN_NT-5.0 argon 1.5.19s(0.149/4/2) 20051227 16:45:51 i686 unknown unknown Cygwin $ ssh localhost date Wed Dec

Re: sshd_conf and local groups

2005-12-31 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Wes S wrote: I'm trying to lock down ssh access. I use exim for a mail server so I have a bunch of accounts on my w2k box. I don't want most to be able to use ssh. So reading the man file for sshd_config I added to the following entry to sshd_config: #wrs 20051231 restrict email only nt

Re: http://www.dll-files.com offers cygwin1.dll, no sources

2006-01-01 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Reformatted top-post... Václav Haisman wrote: Ville Herva wrote: http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/index-c.shtml The same old story, if anybody's interested. Tried to email them via the contact form - haven't heard back. They seem to be offering just unmodified binary. There is imho

Re: rsync over ssh hang issue understood

2006-01-02 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Lapo Luchini wrote: Corinna Vinschen writes: On Dec 30 17:23, Brett Serkez wrote: I have rsync working over ssh on Cygwin. Me too. I'm using the standard version of rsync, so I guess the socketpair call is still in use. I never managed to reproduce that problem, neither, on any of

Re: imlib2-1.2.1 compilation errors with cygwin 1.5.18 and binutils-20050610

2006-01-03 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Vijay Kiran Kamuju wrote: hi , i am unable to compile imlib2-1.2.1 with cygwin 1.5.18, binutils-20050610 and gcc-3.4.4-1 first i was unable compile due to missing RTLD_LOCAL in the /usr/include/dlfcn.h could you please add the following line to dlfcn.h #define RTLD_LOCAL 0 after that the

Re: php scripts dying in cron, runs fine in task scheduler (W2k3)

2006-01-03 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
jd list wrote: I'm running cygwin on W2K3 with php built into windows via the binary from php.net. I run php scripts, via cron, at freqent intervals, one is a simple database script that copies data from a back-end database to a front-end database, which has been running fine within cron for

Re: 1.5.18-1: Crash launching COMMAND.COM (W98)

2006-01-03 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Ingo Brueckl wrote: Christopher Faylor wrote: The above would indicate that you don't actually have cygwin installed since there is nothing in your mount table and no packages listed. So, this doesn't really help. It was from the cygwin-free W98 machine. Here is the output from the PC with

Re: Why no static GLIB/GLIB2 libraries?

2006-01-03 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
n murthy wrote: Hi I have a query as how to port my entire test building environment on cygwin (windows) to solaris or linux that is i want to know the procedure as to transfer whole test environment on windows cygwin to linux or solaris i want to know where to post my query as i am

Re: No takers? (was Re: ssh localhost date # ls -lu = remote command not being read)

2006-01-03 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Christopher Faylor wrote: On Fri, Dec 30, 2005 at 01:27:11AM -0500, Christopher Faylor wrote: On Tue, Dec 27, 2005 at 11:38:46PM -0600, Tom Rodman wrote: Does the strace log hint at a solution? Is there any other test I might try that would help you debug this? The latest snapshot has

Re: No takers? (was Re: ssh localhost date # ls -lu = remote command not being read)

2006-01-04 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Christopher Faylor wrote: On Tue, Jan 03, 2006 at 11:07:01PM -0500, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: My output seems similar to Igor's, though mine is longer :-( (and therefore also bzipped) but definitely against the 12/29 snapshot. Hope that helps. I just generated a new snapshot. Does

Re: Cygwin SSHD Password different from Windows Password - Possible?

2006-01-04 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Reformatted top-post: Brett Serkez wrote: On Wed, 4 Jan 2006 19:43:14 +0100 (CET), Ordinary Olson [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: http://cygwin.com/acronyms/#PCYMTNQREAIYR I have Windows XP set up with just a single account i.e. an Admin account with no admin password. I have installed cygwin in

Re: ping

2006-01-04 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Ivan Godard wrote: Many thanks; cross-building from another directory did in fact eliminate my problem. Anybody want a report saying that cross-build is required on Cygwin but not on any (of several) other systems? Why not? I agree that not requiring cross-builds outside of the src

Re: services not starting with 20060104 snapshot

2006-01-05 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Igor Peshansky wrote: On Thu, 5 Jan 2006, Karl M wrote: I tried the latest snapshot cygwin1-200601051745.dll.bz2 on my SP1 box and I still can't start services; went back to cygwin1-20060103.dll.bz2. Karl, sorry to belabor the obvious, but have you completely killed the service processes

Re: services not starting with 20060104 snapshot

2006-01-05 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Christopher Faylor wrote: On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 03:21:37PM -0500, Igor Peshansky wrote: FWIW, I have only tested this with a self-built DLL, not the snapshot. Will do so shortly. Make sure that you update to the latest CVS. I made some other changes last night. I don't see how they

Re: services not starting with 20060104 snapshot

2006-01-05 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Christopher Faylor wrote: On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 03:36:05PM -0500, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: Christopher Faylor wrote: On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 03:21:37PM -0500, Igor Peshansky wrote: FWIW, I have only tested this with a self-built DLL, not the snapshot. Will do so shortly. Make sure

Re: services not starting with 20060104 snapshot

2006-01-05 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Christopher Faylor wrote: On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 03:43:08PM -0500, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: Sure. But I can't run sshd as a service with the current snapshot or local build. Do you want me to run it with a SYSTEM-owned shell or with the latest snapshot (1/3?) that I can start sshd

Re: services not starting with 20060104 snapshot

2006-01-05 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Igor Peshansky wrote: On Thu, 5 Jan 2006, Christopher Faylor wrote: On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 03:21:37PM -0500, Igor Peshansky wrote: FWIW, I have only tested this with a self-built DLL, not the snapshot. Will do so shortly. Make sure that you update to the latest CVS. I made some other

Re: services not starting with 20060104 snapshot

2006-01-05 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Christopher Faylor wrote: On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 07:24:16PM -0500, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: It appears your supposition is right. The first call to CreateWindowStation() fails for me. Reason = Access is denied. So there is some weird permissions problem. I'll see if I can find something

Re: services not starting with 20060104 snapshot

2006-01-05 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Christopher Faylor wrote: On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 08:29:09PM -0500, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: Christopher Faylor wrote: On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 07:24:16PM -0500, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: It appears your supposition is right. The first call to CreateWindowStation() fails for me

Re: services not starting with 20060104 snapshot

2006-01-05 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Christopher Faylor wrote: On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 09:34:07PM -0500, Christopher Faylor wrote: That was supposed to fix the problem of console windows appearing when the service is allowed to interact with the desktop. Does this do anything, Larry? Yes, it does. Now the first call to

Re: services not starting with 20060104 snapshot

2006-01-05 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Christopher Faylor wrote: On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 09:34:07PM -0500, Christopher Faylor wrote: That was supposed to fix the problem of console windows appearing when the service is allowed to interact with the desktop. Does this do anything, Larry? cgf Index: fhandler_console.cc

Re: services not starting with 20060104 snapshot

2006-01-05 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote: Christopher Faylor wrote: On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 09:34:07PM -0500, Christopher Faylor wrote: That was supposed to fix the problem of console windows appearing when the service is allowed to interact with the desktop. Does this do anything, Larry? cgf Index

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