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Re: Ping failure under Vista 64 SP1 rc1
- From: "Ian Puleston" <ian at underpressuredivers dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Sun, 16 Dec 2007 20:43:54 -0800
- Subject: Re: Ping failure under Vista 64 SP1 rc1
> Corinna wrote:
>On Dec 14 21:02, Ian Puleston wrote:
>> I'm running Vista 64 with Cygwin and, now that they finally have 64-bit
>> support for it, MinGW msys. I just installed the new Vista SP1 rc1, and
>> Cygwin ping does not work:
>MingW ping?!? I didn't know a MingW ping exists. Are you talking
>about the native Windows ping, maybe?
Yep, I hadn't realized it but ping under MinGW is running the Windows one.
>> Cygwin ftp. I turned off Windows firewall just in case that was having an
>> effect, but that made no difference.
>> I'm using bash 3.2.25 and ping 1.0-1. And ideas?
>Cygwin's ping uses raw socket io, which is restricted to administrative
>users since Windows XP. Are you running under an admin account?
Yes it's an administrative user account. I'm 99.9% sure that Cygwin ping has
worked fine from that account up to now (now being when I installed Vista
SP1). But based on your comment I just tried opening a Cygwin bash window
using "Run as administrator" and from that window ping works OK.
>Use the native Windows ping. It's using a special API for the ping
>functionality instead of trying to use raw sockets directly.
Yep, that I can easily do. Thanks.
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