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RE: installing pinfo
- From: "Robert Mark Bram" <relaxedrob at optushome dot com dot au>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2003 18:53:01 +1100
- Subject: RE: installing pinfo
Howdy Elfyn and Igor,
> > As far as setup (cygcheck) is concerned you have pinfo
> installed but it's
> > not working (corrupt, unknown?).Double check your path (PATH
> env. variable)
> > is set-up correctly, just a thought before you re-install. If
> cygwin (your
> > PATH env. variable) is set-up correctly return to setup and re-install
> > pinfo.
> To the OP: one more guess, though: try posting the result of "ls -l
> /bin/pinfo.exe" (notice the extension). If that file exists, but is not
> executable, there's something wrong with either your CYGWIN variable or
> your mount table (or your umask, but I doubt that).
Here is the result of the testing I did:
$ cd /bin
$ ls | grep pinfo
Well... I reinstalled (through Cygwin's setup.exe) and now it works - I see
something exciting when I type the command "pinfo".. next step: figuring out
how to use pinfo!
Thanks for the help!
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