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Re: how to access and display apps that I've launched
- From: Ken Brown <kbrown at cornell dot edu>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2017 22:58:29 -0400
- Subject: Re: how to access and display apps that I've launched
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On 7/24/2017 6:08 PM, Ian Lambert via cygwin wrote:
This time I ran "rebase-trigger full", did full shutdown/restart, then ran setup.
And are you sure there were no Cygwin processes running? This could
happen even after shutdown/restart if you have any Cygwin services that
and some rebase-related touch error messages in setup.log.full:
2017/07/24 17:24:08 running: E:\cygwin64-3\bin\dash.exe "/etc/postinstall/0p_000_autorebase.dash"
Note: _autorebase will do a full rebase the next time setup is run.
creating empty /var/cache/rebase/rebase_pkg
touch: setting times of '/var/cache/rebase/rebase_pkg': Invalid argument
Updating package information in /var/cache/rebase/rebase_pkg.
creating empty /var/cache/rebase/rebase_lst
touch: setting times of '/var/cache/rebase/rebase_lst': Invalid argument
Updating rebase information for installed executables in /var/cache/rebase/rebase_exe.
creating empty /var/cache/rebase/rebase_dyn
touch: setting times of '/var/cache/rebase/rebase_dyn': Invalid argument
Looking for dynamic language modules/libraries in:
Updating rebase information for dynamic language modules/libraries /var/cache/rebase/rebase_dyn.
creating empty /var/cache/rebase/rebase_user
touch: setting times of '/var/cache/rebase/rebase_user': Invalid argument
Updating rebase information for user-defined dynamic objects /var/cache/rebase/rebase_user.
creating empty /var/cache/rebase/rebase_user_exe
touch: setting times of '/var/cache/rebase/rebase_user_exe': Invalid argument
I have no idea what would cause such error messages. Achim, have you
ever seen this?
0 [main] nautilus 3240 child_info_fork::abort: E:\cygwin64-3\bin\cygpangocairo-1.0-0.dll: Loaded to different address: parent(0x3F0000) != child(0x2F0000)
0 [main] nautilus 3396 child_info_fork::abort: E:\cygwin64-3\bin\cygpangocairo-1.0-0.dll: Loaded to different address: parent(0x3F0000) != child(0x2F0000)
0 [main] nautilus 5840 child_info_fork::abort: E:\cygwin64-3\bin\cygpangocairo-1.0-0.dll: Loaded to different address: parent(0x3F0000) != child(0x400000)
This kind of fork error can be very stubborn. The best long-term
solution is to switch to 64-bit Cygwin if you can. If you absolutely
have to stick to 32-bit, try to limit the number of DLLs that are installed.
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