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Re: postgres help
"uname" or "uname -a" should let you know the version of the Cygwin DLL.
Also, "cygcheck -c cygwin" will tell you the version of the "cygwin"
package that you have installed.
FYI, according to <http://cygwin.com/problems.html> you would have done
well to attach (that is, *attach* as an attachment) the output of
"cygcheck -svr" to your message. This output contains information about
your system (such as the OS version, the environment variables, Cygwin
settings, DLL versions, and installed package information) that would help
in diagnosing your problem.
On Mon, 25 Aug 2003, Jason House wrote:
> As far as version of cygwin, I don't know how to check it. I did run
> setup within the past week. It should be an up to date version.
> Jason Tishler wrote:
> > Jason,
> > [snip]
> > What version of Cygwin are you using?
> > Jason
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