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RE: Bug: -o posix and "cd ."

On Tue, 16 Dec 2003, Miki Tebeka wrote:

> Hello Larry,
> > >This causes problem in all "configure" scripts since they set
> > "-o posix" if
> > >bash is the shell.
> > WFM
> I guess you mean the 1'st one. :-)

Acronyms used on the Cygwin list can generally be found in that document.

> > >Any more information I need to send?
> >
> > Yep.  See "Problem reports:" below.
> OK. Attached the output of "cygcheck -s -v -r".
> I've tried it again today and it seems to work (although googling found
> at least one more person with this problem), oh well...

Check whether you are running the 'cd' that you think you're running
('type -a cd' in bash).  Also, try unsetting CDPATH (see items 19 and 32
of the 'Bash POSIX Mode' node of the bash info file).
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