infoterror | 1 Nov 02:36 2006

Re: Cygintl-3.dll was not found


Christopher Faylor-2 wrote:
> 
> My second paragraph was stating that I didn't understand how you could
> come to the conclusion that only schools are keeping cygwin alive since
> there are clearly many messages from companies on this mailing list.
> This does not in any way attack your character or appeal to special
> interests.  It is a simple statement of fact.
> 

You forget that the users use what tools they have, but if something better
comes along, they replace them. You've been given good advice here by
multiple users, and reasons why, and you've responded to it with
pathological argumentation. I don't know if I can help you, but if you're
willing to set up a debate with a mediator, I'll demonstrate logic to you.

The world doesn't care about your drama. It cares about tools. I know many
people in the Open Source movement, like many in closed source development,
care about providing quality tools to their users (and many closed sourcers
give 'em away free, like EditPadLite and PuTTy). I don't know why you're
fighting the messenger instead of paying attention to the message, and I can
only assume the "the problem is between the screen and the chair."

I am a professional, and a logician, and if I seem terse, it's that I don't
take kindly to having my time wasted by people who do not understand logical
argument and are not emotionally stable enough to accept logic.

Best,

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David Sagenaut | 1 Nov 03:23 2006
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RE: xterm can't display on second monitor

-----Original Message-----
From: cygwin-xfree-owner <at> cygwin.com [mailto:cygwin-xfree-owner <at> cygwin.com]
On Behalf Of Cary Jamison
Sent: Tuesday, October 31, 2006 3:06 PM
To: cygwin-xfree <at> cygwin.com
Cc: cygwin <at> cygwin.com
Subject: Re: xterm can't display on second monitor

David Sagenaut wrote:
> I use a dual head display in a WinXP system. When starting
> startxwin.bat it opens an xterm window that works while it is on the
> main display. But when I drag it into the second display it doesn't
> show any characters and doesn't accept keystrokes anymore. They
> appear when I drag the window back into the primary display. Is that
> a bug or have I misconfigured anything?
>

http://x.cygwin.com/docs/faq/cygwin-x-faq.html#q-multihead

Cary

Hi Cary, thanks for your reply.  I did put -multiplemonitors options when
start xwin.exe, but it still doesn't work.  I am wandering what else I need
to config in order to make it work.

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Eric Blake | 1 Nov 03:37 2006
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Re: A tale of "../libtool: fork: Resource temporarily unavailable" issue.


According to Ravi V on 10/31/2006 2:50 PM:
> A tale of "../libtool: fork: Resource temporarily 
> unavailable" issue (cygcheck output attached).
> 
> Problem
> -------
> Builds using cygwin shell (sh) fail with "../libtool:
> fork: Resource temporarily unavailable" error. This 
> happens when building mysql, for example. The "fork: 
> Resource temporarily unavailable" can appear for a 
> variety of reasons.

And based on traffic on this list, those reasons are usually due to buggy
or invasive drivers that inject threads into all windows programs,
interfering with cygwin's ability to map memory properly as it emulates
forks.  Try disabling your logitech webcam driver or mcafee virus scanner
(those tend to be the two biggest culprits, although there are others),
and see if it makes a difference.

> Found: C:\cygwin\usr\local\tools\i686_win32\ActivePerl-5.8\bin\perl.exe
> Found: C:\cygwin\bin\perl.exe
> Warning: C:\cygwin\usr\local\tools\i686_win32\ActivePerl-5.8\bin\perl.exe hides C:\cygwin\bin\perl.exe

You may want to try using the cygwin perl instead of ActivePerl; that may
be contributing to your issue, as ActivePerl does not respond as well to
cygwin forks.

> bash                     3.1-6

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Corinna Vinschen | 1 Nov 09:12 2006

Re: Cygintl-3.dll was not found

On Oct 31 17:36, infoterror wrote:
> [...]

Oh boy, stop it.  It's a nice try of trolling but eventually it's
getting tiresome.

Corinna

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Jan Nieuwenhuizen | 1 Nov 12:12 2006
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[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: fontconfig-2.4.1-2


I've made a new version of fontconfig available.  This is a bugfix
release.

Changes

  * Remove /etc/hints.
  * Doc in main package.
  * Remove curr from hints.
  * Add manual pages.
  * Remove old symlink in postinstall script.

For a brief description of this package, and a listing of the files it
contains, see http://cygwin.com/packages/fontconfig .  The project web
page has more details: http://www.fontconfig.org .

To update your installation, click on the "Install Cygwin now" link on
the http://cygwin.com/ web page.  This downloads setup.exe to your
system.  Then, run setup and answer all of the questions.

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Jan Nieuwenhuizen | 1 Nov 12:15 2006
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[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: guile-1.8.1-2


I've made a new version of guile available for installation.  This
is a bugfix release.

Changes

  * Add readline as build dependency, libreadline6 as dependency for
    libguile17 (thanks Ted Anderson).
  * Remove /etc/hints.
  * Remove curr from hints.

For a brief description of this package, and a listing of the files it
contains, see http://cygwin.com/packages/guile .  The project web
page has more details: http://www.gnu.org/software/guile/guile.html .

To update your installation, click on the "Install Cygwin now" link on
the http://cygwin.com/ web page.  This downloads setup.exe to your
system.  Then, run setup and answer all of the questions.

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Jan Nieuwenhuizen | 1 Nov 12:17 2006
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[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: lilypond-2.8.8-1


I've made a new version of LilyPond available for installation.  This
is a bugfix release.

Changes

  * New upstream release.
  * Remove /etc/hints.
  * Remove curr from hints.
  * Remove /etc/postinstall.
  * Remove fonts.cache-1 files.
  * Documentation build fixes.
  * Remove signature and ps from documentation.

For a brief description of this package, and a listing of the files it
contains, see http://cygwin.com/packages/lilypond .  The project web
page has more details: http://lilypond.org .

To update your installation, click on the "Install Cygwin now" link on
the http://cygwin.com/ web page.  This downloads setup.exe to your
system.  Then, run setup and answer all of the questions.

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Reini Urban | 1 Nov 13:03 2006
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Re: A tale of "../libtool: fork: Resource temporarily unavailable" issue.

Eric Blake schrieb:
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> According to Ravi V on 10/31/2006 2:50 PM:
>> A tale of "../libtool: fork: Resource temporarily 
>> unavailable" issue (cygcheck output attached).

make -j1 will also help most likely.

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Eric Blake | 1 Nov 14:17 2006
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Re: Bash 3.1.9 and 3.2.4: igncr setting not effective for 'source'd files


According to David Picton on 10/31/2006 1:12 PM:
> Unfortunately I have to report that both versions of bash don't
> implement the igncr setting if
> commands are read from a sourced file.

Thanks for the report.  I'll investigate it, and hopefully bash-3.2-5 will
have it fixed; I need to reroll bash 3.2 anyways, since official patches 2
and 3 have been issued upstream.

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Fergus Daly | 1 Nov 14:42 2006
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convert does nothing

On my system (complete and up-to-date) the "convert" command achieves
nothing. E.g. after
	convert file1.ps file2.jpg
the prompt is almost immediately returned. No error msg. And no
file2.jpg. How is it for you?
Attached: cygcheck.out.
Fergus
Attachment (cygcheck.out): application/octet-stream, 157 KiB
On my system (complete and up-to-date) the "convert" command achieves
nothing. E.g. after
	convert file1.ps file2.jpg
the prompt is almost immediately returned. No error msg. And no
file2.jpg. How is it for you?
Attached: cygcheck.out.
Fergus

Gmane