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Re: make command fails on cygwin-x86 (cyggmp-10.dll: Loaded to different address)
- From: Tatsuro MATSUOKA <tmacchant2 at yahoo dot co dot jp>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2016 22:49:57 +0900 (JST)
- Subject: Re: make command fails on cygwin-x86 (cyggmp-10.dll: Loaded to different address)
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----- Original Message -----
> From: Andrey Repin
> To: Tatsuro MATSUOKA ; cygwin
> Date: 2016/3/16, Wed 20:51
> Subject: Re: make command fails on cygwin-x86 (cyggmp-10.dll: Loaded to different address)
>G reetings, Tatsuro MATSUOKA!
>>> rebase-trigger full
>>> setup to the last
>>> rebase-trigger full ?
>> I started up ash from Windows command prompt and tried to start
>> $ rebase-trigger full
>> ash: 1: rebase-trigger: not found
> Then your installation is sorely out of date.
> $ which rebase-trigger
> $ rebase-trigger --help
> rebase-trigger [-h | --help | [ full[rebase] | peflags ]]
> Perform a full rebase the next time autorebase is run.
> Set some flags on executables necessary to run on a Terminal
> Server. This is only needed for 32bit executables that have
> been created with old toolchains.
I have forgotten ./ before rebase-trigger in ash.
"./" is needed if it executed from windows cmd
>>> setup to the last ?
>> What should I do for "setup to the last?
> As Achim said, just close all running Cygwin processes, then run setup and let
> it do its magic.
The last step of setup seem to be autorebase then setup command is the easiest way
to use "rebase". Am I right?
After rebase sometime one needs to restart PC. Right?
> Also, if you have 64-bit OS and don't have specific needs for x86 Cygwin,
> recommend scraping your current Cygwin suite and install 64-bit one.
> It gets A LOT easier on memory layout.
I have both Cygwin32 and Cygwin64 for the purpose to distribute the cvs version
of gnuplot for windows.
For usual use, I of course uses Cygwin64 on 64 bit windows.
Thank you for your detailed explanations.
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