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RE: Inetd question
- From: Igor Pechtchanski <pechtcha at cs dot nyu dot edu>
- To: xiaoqin_qiu at agilent dot com
- Cc: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2003 14:10:24 -0400 (EDT)
- Subject: RE: Inetd question
- Reply-to: cygwin at cygwin dot com
On Fri, 25 Jul 2003 email@example.com wrote:
> Just FYI, the cygwin package I installed was 1.3.22-1 not 1.5.0 and the
> .dll was 1.3.22. After I upgraded login package, I just reinstalled the
> same cygwin package. I verified this by running cygcheck -s.
> The interesting thing is now cygcheck -s showed login package is 1.9.5
> not 1.9.6 although I am pretty sure I upgraded login package from 1.9.5
> (installed by default) to 1.9.6. Maybe the reinstall of cygwin package
> changed it somehow? If the only difference between 1.9.6 and 1.9.5 is
> compiling for different cygwin version. I shouldn't need to use 1.9.6
> because I am running cygwin 1.3.22. I may try the installation again.
I think I see what's happening. Setup.exe *will* automatically downgrade
packages from "test" to "curr" -- it's a known issue. My guess is that
you've installed "login-1.9-6", got the error, and decided to upgrade
"cygwin". You then installed the "curr" cygwin package, which is
1.3.22-1, and that also downgraded your login package to 1.9-5. If you'd
selected the "Exp" set of packages, you'd've gotten both cygwin-1.5.0-1
and login-1.9-6 (with 32-bit UIDs).
FYI, you can always use the "Partial" view in setup to find out *exactly*
what's going to get (re)installed on your system after you press "Next".
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