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Re: bash and CSRSS consuming 100% of CPU
- From: "Science Guy" <sciguy at comcast dot net>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2006 22:33:29 -0400
- Subject: Re: bash and CSRSS consuming 100% of CPU
>From message http://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2006-06/msg00534.html:
> Dave, I think you missed this:
>>>I am networked to a Linux machine, so I moved the tar file
>>>cygwin-inst-20060614.tar.bz2 over to the Linux machine, created a dummy
>>>cygwin directory to hold the file, and un-tarred it there using this
>>>% /bin/tar -jxvf cygwin-inst-20060614.tar.bz2
>>>Then I ftp'd the entire un-tarred file and directory structure over the
>>>cygwin directory of the affected Windows PC.
>This is why I kept mentioning that the snapshot cygwin DLL wasn't
>installed in the right location. I correctly assumed that this step did
>not put the cygwin DLL (or any of the cygwin programs) in c:\cygwin\bin.
>The cygcheck output made this pretty clear.
Yes, when I untarred the file with "/bin/tar -jxvf
cygwin-inst-20060614.tar.bz2," I found it contained only these two top-level
directories: /etc and /usr. It did not contain a /bin directory.
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