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Compiling gnu-win32 from scratch
- To: "Gnu-Win32 (E-mail)" <gnu-win32 at cygnus dot com>
- Subject: Compiling gnu-win32 from scratch
- From: Ian Collins <ianc at kiwiplan dot co dot nz>
- Date: Wed, 19 Aug 1998 14:14:43 +1200
I have to compile the gnu-win32 environment from scratch (see below for
I have downloaded the b19 source. Do I need ecgs? or can I use gcc?
(which is best?). Are there any written instructions to the compilation
process, or is it the usual configure/make that we all love?
I have about 40 people who want to connect to my gnu-win32 server to run
a character app developed in the gnu-win32 environment. They have to
connect using telnet, but the maximum number of connections I can get is
I got the information awhile ago that all I had to do was modify tty.h
(NTTYS) from the gnu-win32 tar ball and recompile. Is this correct?
(Been away on a VB *scream* project - back again).
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