Jaspreet Singh | 1 Feb 15:28 2009
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Need a good POP3/IMAP Server

Hello Guys and Grls,

Anybody here got any of the POP3/IMAP server working under cygwin. UW does not in a way i want it to be and it
only does cram-md5 login no other login.

Anybody got Dovecot, courier-imap or cyrus-imap any of these working under Cygwin. Actually i am tring to
complete a open source server system under windows with the help of Cygwin (calling it WCAMP Layout), I got
apache, mysql (Client) and php succesefully compiled and working. Even got Webmin+Virtualmin working
under cygwin. Now this layout contain Bind DNS, Apache, MySQL, PostgreSQL, PHP, Webmin and Virtualmin
Working for last 8 months without any problem. Exim works good but it does not matter without there is no
POP3 or IMAP.

Last thing i know is that Dovecot works but does not support something that i dont know. But even dint found
anything by gooling how that can be done, Even Dovecot people got in there requirements that it works under
Cygwin but they got nothing in documentation How To Do That ?.

If this works then theres gona be a new kind of server system.

Anybody can help

Thanks 

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Dr. Volker Zell | 1 Feb 16:34 2009
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[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: xemacs-21.4.22-1/xemacs-tags-21.4.22-1/xemacs-emacs-common-21.4.22-1

Hi

A new version of `xemacs' has been uploaded to a server near you.

DESCRIPTION:
============
A powerful, highly customizable open source text editor and application 
development system

CYGWIN NEWS:
============

 * Routine update
 * Compiled against new X.org release
 * Additional support for NAS (network audio system)

XEmacs NEWS:
============

User-Visible Bug Fixes and Improvements

 Fix: Compile fixes for GTK+
 Fix: Fix printing on non-mswindows systems. (See
      http://tracker.xemacs.org/XEmacs/its/issue124).
 Fix: Fix at_dot regex matching.
 Fix: Fix off-by-one error in mule-ccl.
 Fix: Move operator definitions to autoload-operators.el and use them.
      This patch restores the building of packages in XEmacs 21.4.
 Fix: Increase connection retries in winclient.c.
 Fix: Fix compilation under Cygwin 1.7.
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Dr. Volker Zell | 1 Feb 16:35 2009
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[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: [Test-version] xemacs-21.5.28-3/xemacs-tags-21.5.28-3/xemacs-emacs-common-21.5.28-3

Hi

A new *TEST* version of 'xemacs' has been uploaded to a server near you.

DESCRIPTION:
============
A powerful, highly customizable open source text editor and application 
development system

CYGWIN NEWS:
============

 * Compiled against new X.org release
 * Additional support for NAS (network audio system)

    
INSTALLATION:
=============
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.  Save it and run setup, answer the questions and pick up
the above mentioned package from the `Editors' category.

DOWNLOAD:
=========
Note that downloads from sources.redhat.com (aka cygwin.com) aren't
allowed due to bandwidth limitations.  This means that you will need
to find a mirror which has this update, please choose the one nearest to
you: http://cygwin.com/mirrors.html

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Dave | 1 Feb 17:41 2009

[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: chere-1.1-1

Version 1.1-1 of chere has been uploaded.

chere is a script for managing Windows explorer context menus for cygwin
based shells and terminals.

This version adds support for the MinTTY terminal and the posh shell

If you have questions or comments, please send them to the cygwin
mailing list at: cygwin <at> cygwin.com .

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Gulshan Singh | 1 Feb 23:12 2009
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Bash file not running correctly

Hi, I just joined this mailing list and I'm not sure if it's the right place to post questions. If it's not,
please direct me to the correct place. I'm having a weird problem when running a bash script. Lets say I make
a script called list.sh. I open it in notepad and type ls. Then I go to the Cygwin bash shell and type
./list.sh. The list command works fine. Now let's say the file looked like this

ls
#This will list the files in the directory

When I run this, the Cygwin shell will say "list.sh: line 1: $'ls\r': command not found". I think the \r has to
do with a new line when I push enter. So basically I can't run anything longer than one line. Anyone know how
to fix this?

Matt Wozniski | 1 Feb 23:31 2009
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Re: Bash file not running correctly

On Sun, Feb 1, 2009 at 5:12 PM, Gulshan Singh wrote:

Ugh.  http://www.cygwin.com/acronyms/#PCYMTWLL

Reformatted.

> Hi, I just joined this mailing list and I'm not sure if it's the right
> place to post questions. If it's not, please direct me to the correct
> place. I'm having a weird problem when running a bash script. Lets say
> I make a script called list.sh. I open it in notepad and type ls. Then
                                               ^^^^^^^
> I go to the Cygwin bash shell and type ./list.sh. The list command
> works fine. Now let's say the file looked like this
>
> ls
> #This will list the files in the directory
>
> When I run this, the Cygwin shell will say "list.sh: line 1: $'ls\r':
> command not found". I think the \r has to do with a new line when
> I push enter. So basically I can't run anything longer than one line.
> Anyone know how to fix this?

Right.  Notepad ends lines with \r\n, bash wants files with \n line
endings.  Either save your files with an editor that can save with
unix-style \n line endings, or run the script through dos2unix before
trying to execute it.

~Matt

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xerces8 | 2 Feb 11:05 2009
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Copy converts tabs to spaces ?

Hi!

I noticed that when copying text from a the Cygwin Bash window and then pasting it somewhere (like
WordPad), tabulator characters are converted to spaces.

The same happens with RXVT too.

Details:
 - print the content of some text file that has tabs (like a C program source) : cat foo.c
 - select and copy the text with the mouse
 - paste (ctrl-V) into WordPad

The text in Wordpad has no more tabs.

Is there a way around this ?

Regards,
David

Sisyphus | 2 Feb 11:25 2009
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Re: Copy converts tabs to spaces ?


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "xerces8" <xerces8 <at> butn.net>

> Details:
> - print the content of some text file that has tabs (like a C program 
> source) : cat foo.c
> - select and copy the text with the mouse
> - paste (ctrl-V) into WordPad

You'll get the same behaviour if, instead of running 'cat foo.c' in the 
bash/RXVT shell, you start by running 'type foo.c' in the cmd.exe shell.

One workaround is to run 'notepad foo.c' instead of 'cat.c', and then 
copy'n'paste from the instance of foo.c that has been opened in notepad.

Is that a suitable alternative ?

Cheers,
Rob

Sisyphus | 2 Feb 11:40 2009
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Re: Copy converts tabs to spaces ?


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sisyphus" <sisyphus1 <at> optusnet.com.au>

> One workaround is to run 'notepad foo.c' instead of 'cat.c'

Hmmm .. doesn't make a lot of sense. I meant "instead of 'cat foo.c'".

Cheers,
Rob

sarshh | 2 Feb 11:48 2009
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Re: New to cygwin


Hi, can any one please guide me as I am unable to include <netinet/sctp.h>
using cygwin, what could be the problem, and what should be done to solve
it?

best Regards

Tomasz Jankowski wrote:
> 
> Hello!
> 
> I'm completely new to cygwin (and generally to programming for the MS
> Windows too). I'm working on a library and I need to use some socket
> API in it. I decided to prepare port for win32, but it's much harder,
> that I thought.
> I found, that cygwin can make my life easier, especially a DLL
> provided by you. Generally I need cygwin only for network related
> functionality, for rest I use GLib.
> I have a few questions:
> 1. I found, that functions like sendmsg and recvmsg are available in
> cygwin, is it true?
> 2. What about IPv6, is it available in cygwin?
> 3. Does cygwin in some way support some other socket options, that win32
> do?
> 4. How does  the performance look? Will my library have really poorer
> performance if I use cygwin instead of winsock API?
> 
> -- 
> Cya!
> Tom
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