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Re: cygwin and windows registry
On Fri, May 09, 2003 at 12:18:48PM +0100, Vince Hoffman wrote:
> if just want the bare essentials (no unixlike environment) and you realy
> dont want it in the registry then you can refer to everything by
> (i use rsync on 2 servers this way. i just have them and cygwin1.dll in
> path. and use absolute paths to run it and specify its conf file and use
> absolute paths in the rsyncd.conf file)
> It takes some thinking about but its doable.
> However if you do this, dont expect to get much (if any) support from this
Thanks for the tip. What i wanted to do was to run procmail and mutt.
The reason I'd like it not to interfere with the registry is that i'm
not the Admin and the alternative is to use Outlook
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