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Re: Installation without network connection

On Tue, Dec 27, 2005 at 12:40:13PM -0600, Greg Youngdahl wrote:
>Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>On Tue, Dec 27, 2005 at 11:43:02AM -0600, Greg Youngdahl wrote:
>>>I saw on the RedHat cygwin page some sort of instructions that seemed
>>>promising until they had several bold print lines added saying that
>>>parts of it don't work anymore and/or have been removed from public
>>>availability, but with nothing about how it should now be done.
>>The "RedHat cygwin page"?  Huh?  What web page are you referring to?
>>FYI, the URL for the cygwin project is .  That's
>>where the official cygwin net release resides.  Red Hat has nothing to
>>do with this release.
>Hi Christopher,
>	Directly on the page you mention ( down near the 
>bottom, there is a link to the "Redhat Cygwin Product Site".  It is

To be precise, the text surrounding the link that you are referring to

"For Cygwin licensing or commercial support, please visit the Red Hat
Cygwin Product site."

i.e., it is another site entirely from .  The
reference is for a *commercial* release of Cygwin that is provided by
Red Hat.  If you want to use the commercial software then you should be
contacting Red Hat directly.

OTOH, I sincerely doubt that you found any discussion of the cygwin net
release install procedure at the Red Hat site so if you found words
about installation at which you find confusing, you're
going to, again, have to provide a reference so that we can either fix
the words or clarify them for you.


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