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RE: CGI & gcc
- To: Cygwin Users <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Subject: RE: CGI & gcc
- From: Greg Hamilton <Hamilton at bblfm dot com dot au>
- Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 10:58:50 +1000
Ok, cygwin1.dll now resides in the appropriate cygwin/bin directory which is
now referred to in the path.
This doesn't fix the problem.
I don't understand your question regarding Apache being Cygwin enabled.
I can't find anything in the documentation for Apache or Cygwin to give me
cygcheck httpd fails because there is not file named httpd
From: Earnie Boyd [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 12, 2001 11:14 PM
To: Greg Hamilton
Subject: Re: CGI & gcc
Greg Hamilton wrote:
> I'm running Apache 1.3.14 under NT4.0
Is this a Cygwin enable Apache? Output of `cygcheck httpd'?
> I want to write CGI using gcc but I have a problem.
> My 'Hello World.' test program failed because the cygwin1.dll was not in
> I copied it to c:\winnt\system32.
DON'T COPY THE CYGWIN1.DLL FROM CYGWIN/BIN TO ANYWHERE ELSE; ADD THE
CYGWIN/BIN path to the PATH.
My rant most likely will not help your problem.
> The test worked.
> Running the test again the browser informed me I had initiated a download
> and the test no longer worked.
> If I remove cygwin1.dll from the path and start again this sequence is
> Python and Perl scripts are working fine as are .exe files compiled with
> This problem seems quite specific to executables which require the
Again, is this a Cygwin enable httpd?
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