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RE: A trick for installing cygwin natively
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- Subject: RE: A trick for installing cygwin natively
- From: Andrew Dalgleish <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 8 Sep 1999 13:43:51 +1000
> Yes. That's pretty much it. As soon as you install a cygwin1.dll in
> your newly created /bin, Windows will try to use it iff you're also
> running /bin/sh from that directory. If you aren't running any
> programs from that directory then everything works fine.
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So what are installing into /bin?
Just the winsup files?
I try to make everything match the spirit of the Filesystem Hierarchy
Standard, but it doesn't mention cygwin1.dll :-)