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Re: Compiling Circle mud under GNU
- To: JediX99@aol.com
- Subject: Re: Compiling Circle mud under GNU
- From: Charles Wilson <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 06 Mar 1999 14:15:07 -0500
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> Well only one problem with that, there's not a copy command when i'm running
> the BASH shell. And I already have the sh.exe file in my C:/bin directory
You use "cp" not "copy". Under cygwin, even if //c/bin is in your path, /bin/sh
will not be the same thing as //c/bin/sh (unless you have C: mounted as / ) The
Configure script is calling explicitly for /bin/sh, not //c/bin/sh.
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