Where to install gnu-win32...
Sat Sep 5 14:08:00 GMT 1998
This was in the FAQ at the the cygnus website.
Where did the man/info pages go?
In order to save space and download times, we have stopped providing the
man/info files for the tools with the binary install
since we are not yet providing a man page or info reader. Both types of
documentation are available in a tar file available from
the project ftp site. Or consult the online documentation over the WWW.
Hope this helps.
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ALI RON wrote:
> I set up my directory hierarchy as follows:
> The "man" & "info" directories are missing.
> Do you know where they can be found?
> After firing up regedit, the mount command returns:
> Device Directory Type Flags
> \\d\usr: /usr native text=binary
> \\.\tape1: /dev/st1 native text=binary
> \\.\tape0: /dev/st0 native text=binary
> \\.\b: /dev/fd1 native text=binary
> \\.\a: /dev/fd0 native text=binary
> c: /c native text=binary
> d: / native text=binary
> In the command, "mount -b //d/usr /usr",
> what is the significance of "//", is it necessary?
> The only file in the etc directory is termcap. Although
> mkpasswd.exe & mkgroup.exe, in /bin, display what
> appear to be valid info, the text files don't exist.
> How do I produce the /var/log & /var/run files.
> Should /var be directly under /usr, or in /etc?
> HOME is set to /usr, but the bash commands "cd", and
> "cd ../etc", and "ls ../etc" return ": permission denied".
> And. why is bash so slow?
> Thanks much for your help.
> Ronald Ali
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