Strange setup problem. Next button disabled.[Scanned]

Steve Fairbairn
Mon Sep 15 07:50:00 GMT 2003


I did follow up to cygwin-apps (at) saying 2.415 did the same...

I have since hacked an installation by taking a copy from another machine
and creating the registry entries manually, so don't know if I can still
reproduce the problem on that machine, but can try it out if you wish.


-----Original Message-----
From: Max Bowsher 
Sent: 15 September 2003 03:35
Subject: Re: Strange setup problem. Next button disabled.[Scanned]

Steve Fairbairn wrote:
> When installing as a machine administrator, but normal network user.  From
> local directory (the same network drive), setup does all the md5 checks,
> offers me the package list, allows me to change the
> Default/Install/Reinstall/... settings, but the 'Next' button is
> disabled and I just can't click on it.

Strange - very strange, even.

Please try the latest (2.415) snapshot - I don't expect it to help, but just
in case.
If you can still reproduce the problem... well, I suppose I could add some
debug MessageBoxes.

Please follow up to cygwin-apps@, since this is clearly a setup.exe issue.


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