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Re: ssh fails, missing cygcrypto-0.9.7.dll

Your tone is way out of line.

Your support skills in dealling with people needs some work.

I ask for help I get attitude.

The product is not that good for me to put up with this. Just hope your
unistall works better.

Flame someone else.

Christopher Faylor wrote:

On Fri, Dec 09, 2005 at 11:33:46PM -0500, Swallow, Harold wrote:

Thank you for the manual removal process. I am working with another
member of the cygwin support folks on dealing with the ssh recovery.

That's sort of hard to believe. All of the support for the free release of cygwin is done in this mailing list. The people who know the product the best use this mailing list exclusively. Also, the cygwin mailing list page makes it clear that support should be on the mailing list.

So, if someone else is helping you then it is probably just a
helpful-but-misguided cygwin mailing list lurker, not professionals like
Igor or Brian.

The ssh I added was a cygwin release from another site.  It is seeking
a cygwin crypto file, just an earlier release than you indicated that
it should.  If it was a third party ssh, I suspect that it would not
seek a cygwin crypto file.

I will create an attachment if requested in the future. Your
instructions said attach not attachment.

When someone says "attach" in the context of email it means that you should create an attachmen but even if that wasn't clear then the site that Igor sent you to says this:

 # Run cygcheck -s -v -r > cygcheck.out and include that file as an
 attachment in your report.  Please do not compress or otherwise encode
 the output.  Just attach it as a straight text file so that it can be
 easily viewed.

So, there really is no cause for confusion.

In any event, you should really be installing the latest release of
openssh using the setup.exe program.  Running an older version of a
package like openssh is really not a good idea.

Even if you somehow managed to install an older release of a cygwin
openssh you still did it in a non-standard fashion since you didn't use
setup.exe.  Members of the highly trained cygwin support team know that
it's easy to install packages like openssh with setup.exe and are eager
to help you understand this fact so you really should avail yourself of
their services.

Christopher Faylor			spammer? ->
Cygwin Co-Project Leader
TimeSys, Inc.

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