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Re: cygipc-1.13-2.tar.bz2 download
Ugh, top-posting again... Reformatted again.
On Tue, 21 Mar 2006, Rajendra S. Gad wrote:
> > Ugh, top-posting... Reformatted.
> > On Mon, 20 Mar 2006, Rajendra S. Gad wrote:
> >> > On Fri, 17 Mar 2006, Rajendra S. Gad wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> Sir,
> >> >> I am not in position ot download the above file from the portal
> >> >>
> >> >> http://www.neuro.gatech.edu/users/cwilson/cygutils/cygipc/cygipc-1.13-2.tar.bz2
> >> >>
> >> >> Please guide me.
> >> >
> >> > The question is: why do you need it? This package has been obsolete
> >> > for some time, and has been superceded with functionality within
> >> > Cygwin itself (see /usr/share/doc/Cygwin/cygserver.README).
> >> > Igor
> >> Sir Igor,
> > Heh, thank you for inadvertently knighting me... :-)
> >> I am installing the DSpace application on the UBUNTU version 5.10 .
> > Umm, UBUNTU is Linux. The "cyg" in "cygipc" stands for "Cygwin".
> > cygipc is a Cygwin tool. Why would you need to use a *Cygwin* tool
> > under *Linux*?
> >> Please inform me where I will have better instruction for installing
> >> and configuring DSpace on this plateform.
> > I have no idea what DSpace is, but if it does indeed require Cygwin
> > tools under Linux, then it's really out of this list's domain. I'd
> > suggest asking whoever distributes DSpace for help in configuring it.
> >> Also let suggest me other linux plateform which will be user friendly
> >> for instyallinf DSpace( Specially which will have all the required
> >> supporting tools installed.
> > You might want to try a Linux forum. Sorry.
> > Igor
> Thanks for your comment. Infact initially I was installing the DSpace(is
> a digital repository system, Linux based application,
> http://www.dspace.org/). on the windows Xp hence I was playing with
> Cygwin, and hence cygipc.
If you need IPC functionality in Cygwin, refer to my earlier answer above.
Cygwin now supports this functionality through cygserver, which makes
cygipc obsolete. Read the README file.
> Presently I am trying on the Linux plateform , since many compatibility
> issues came on windows plateform for supporting subtools. Hence UBUNTU.
If the code uses standard POSIX APIs, it should build and run on Cygwin.
If it doesn't, it's a Cygwin bug, and should be reported. The
"compatibility issues" you experienced on the Windows platform (using
Cygwin, I assume) will not be fixed or resolved unless they are reported.
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