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re: rpm problem was: libz.dll
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>, "Larry Hall (RFK Partners, Inc)" <lhall at rfk dot com>
- Subject: re: rpm problem was: libz.dll
- From: "radek kosciuk" <rkosciuk at webmedia dot pl>
- Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2001 19:09:51 +0200
>RPM related issues should be directed to the maintainer of the RPM utility
>you're using. At this point, RPM is not part of the Cygwin distribution,
>so questions about how it operates (or not!;-)) is really OT for this list.
Sorry :) I thought that if I ask about Cygwin related problem it is OK. It
is not. Sorry again, I ask no more questions :)
>That said, my guess is that you're issue is with the fact that ncurses is
>installed via Cygwin's setup and RPM doesn't recognize this. You need to
>find ncurses in RPM format and install that for RPM to understand that its
OT or not you replied :) thanks. Maybe it is the solution, I'll have to look
for ncurses in an rpm format now.
BTW ncurses - does any one have more those fancy tools , which may be found
in /bin/ncurses/ ? I really like it :)
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