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Re: how to access and display apps that I've launched
On 24/07/2017 18:02, Brian Inglis wrote:
Could you please then tell me how to do that? I should point out that
almost every time (or maybe every time) I've tried to update Cygwin in
the past (going back quite a long way) some part of the
post-installation scripts fails and I have to run setup-x86.exe again
and then it finishes properly.
On 2017-07-23 13:18, mike wrote:
On 23/07/2017 19:14, Brian Inglis wrote:
On 2017-07-23 11:39, mike wrote:
On 23/07/2017 16:58, Jack wrote:
On 2017.07.23 08:32, mike wrote:
I updated my Cywin installation on the 21st or 22nd of July 2017. I run
32-bit Cygwin/X on 64-bit Win 7 Pro. If I launch the Cygwin Xwin Server I
get the icon at the very top middle of the screen and can then go into the
icons menu and right click on the Cygwin icon and get a list of categories of
applications to run and apparently launch because if I try to launch some and
wait long enough and right click on the aforementioned icon and select quit
it says there are N apps running and do I want to close them. The problem is
that anything I launch through the icons menu doesn't display anywhere and in
particular doesn't appear in the task bar. I have read the FAQ and UG but
can't find what I'm looking for. It definitely seems to me that the
behaviour has changed since before I updated.
Can somebody please tell me what I am doing wrong? I would be very grateful
for any help. Thanks in advance.
Are you sure those apps you are trying to launch are actually installed? You
could always bring up a Cygwin terminal (not through the X icon) and
explicitly "export DISPLAY=0:0" and then try to launch one of the apps from
the command line to see any errors.
All I did was download setup-x86.exe on the 21st, run it and when presented with
the drop down View list used Pending (by default) and then clicked Next etc. If
I switch to Up To Date when presented with the drop down View list it does
indeed show that everything I've tried to run is installed. I must have
hundreds of packages installed. I did that last year intentionally. I selected
packages to install by Category and then installed the entire Categories. That's
what I'm saying all this stuff used to just work and now it just doesn't so I'm
either completely missing the obvious or else it really seems like something is
wrong with my installation or the behaviour has changed. If I'm just missing
the obvious then please just tell me where I'm going wrong.
I do not want to uninstall everything and then re-install because I have no
confidence that that will solve the problem. To repeat the Cygwin/X icon is
there and the menu is there. The packages that I am most immediately interested
in are the Cygwin Emacs packages which are clearly in the Up To Date list. If
the packages aren't installed then why would they show up in the menu? If I
look in C:\cygwin\bin I can see among others emacsclient-nox.exe,
emacsclient-X11.exe, emacs-nox.exe and emacs-X11.exe so they're installed right?
May have run out of DLL address space.
Run "rebase-trigger full", shut down everything Cygwin, download and run
setup-x86, then check /var/log/setup.log.full for rebase problems.
I wasn't running anything Cygwin when I ran setup-x86.exe on the 21st. I've
attached /var/log/setup.log.full. There is no occurrence of the word rebase
The log indicates it only downloaded the mirror list and setup.ini and updated
nothing. That's why you should run "rebase-trigger full" then run setup-x86.
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