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RE: FIXED: GCC can't find its header directoriescy
- From: "Duncan Roe" <droe at mintec dot com dot au>
- To: "Andrey Repin" <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2013 14:42:37 +1000
- Subject: RE: FIXED: GCC can't find its header directoriescy
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Thanks all - it is done
> Greetings, Duncan Roe!
> >> > Thanks Dave - removing the old cygwin dlls from C:\WINDOWS fixed
> >> > gcc
> > &
>> > > alternatives.
> >> > I put them there because I like to have the odd cygwin utility
>> > > available to CMD.EXE.
>> > >
>> > > May put them back - but will take more care with them in future,
>> > >
> >> Adding c:\cygwn\bin to the Windows PATH might be a better solution;
> > that's what I did.
> >> Csaba
> > OK I'm convinced. But ... how do I do it? Registry? autoexec.bat?
> Whatever drives your car.
> Usually, it is "My computer" properties - Advanced - Environment
Adjust either system or user environment settings.
> Andrey Repin 12.04.2013, <06:27>
That worked for me. Many thanks,
Cheers ... Duncan.
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