Hi - yes, I think that you need to install cygwin from scratch, making
sure to follow the instructions on the FSL page in detail. You might also
want to check your windows registry to check that it's not confused by
On Mon, 29 Nov 2004, Bianca de Haan wrote:
> Unfortunately I have no choice, unless someone can suggest another way in
> which I can get FSL to work again :-(
> --- Andreas Bartsch wrote---
> Dear Bianca,
> you're very brave in trying so hard but it sounds like the installation
> messes things up.
> Unfortunately, I have no proper previous cygwin copy and I haven't used
> the new version either.
> Sorry. Maybe others can be of help.
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Bianca de Haan [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Gesendet: Mo 29.11.2004 11:52
> An: [log in to unmask]
> Betreff: Re: [FSL] AW: [FSL] problems installing FSL on windows XP
> Dear Andreas,
> When I type uname in the cygwin terminal it does return CYGWIN_NT-
> I do however suspect that it might be a cygwin problem. Cygwin
> released a
> new version, however, this version does not work properly and
> unfortunately older versions are no longer available. To get round
> problem I used an older version of cygwin that I had burned on CD,
> unfortunately I did not burn the cygwin installer with it so I
> used the
> new installer available online. As far as I know this should not
> make much
> of a difference, but if there's anyone out there with an old cygwin
> installer, I would appreciate a copy of it, so that I can at least
> that possibility out.
> Has anyone else recently (after 11th of november, this is when the
> cygwin version came out) tried to install cygwin + FSL? If so, did
> encounter any problems and how did you resolve them?
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