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Re: BitDefender again
"Michael Kairys" <email@example.com> wrote in message
Thanks for the replies...
the suggestion to use a base address in the 0x35000000 area (or indeed
any of the others they mentioned) is going to horribly frag your heap and
your maximum allocatable memory limit, isn't it?
I don't know. How would I tell?
Wonder if it wouldn't work just as well to rebase /their/ DLL?
I don't know. Sounds scary given the liberties an AV program seems to take
with the operating system... Should I try? How would I?
If you can figure out which DLL they are injecting, you can do exactly what
they tell you to do, except using their DLL instead of the cygwin DLL.
Or you can go the easy route, and follow the instructions they have provided
to rebase cygwin.dll. The person who wrote the message you quoted is
obviously familar with Cygwin, since he has you use Cygwin's rebase utility.
This indicates to me that he has actually tried the solution he mentions,
and it has fixed the problem for him.
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