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Re: abort: address space needed by 'cygXcursor-1.dll ... is already occupied
- From: Septimus Stevens <septimus dot stevens at gmail dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 5 Sep 2013 14:43:13 +0700
- Subject: Re: abort: address space needed by 'cygXcursor-1.dll ... is already occupied
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Today I rebooted, started Cygwin, X and got FOUR terminals correctly
with no error message. Still, I would be happy to understand the
On 9/4/13, Adam Dinwoodie <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Don't do that then. Dumping a binary file to terminal rarely ends well.
:-) But it was an accident!
> Did you try searching for the error message?
> While we're at it, what is the error message?
abort: address space needed by 'cygXcursor-1.dll ... is already occupied
(That's not the complete message. BTW, why doesn't copy/paste work
in the main Cygwin window?)
Chen Qi wrote:
> maybe you have install some packages recently but not yet running a
> rebase command.
No, I have installed no packages recently. The only significant "change"
I am aware of is the xterm that ending in a bad state 2 days ago as described.
BTW, that was the "login" xterm.
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