Downgrade

Prash getprashman@gmail.com
Tue Jun 14 17:10:00 GMT 2005


??????

All I'm asking is where can I get an earlier version of cygwin!!!!

If you need more info then here's the post from htdig
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htdig.exe refuses to run on Cygwin 
htdig.exe crashes with DB2 error. Permissions are fine 
and the script is being run as administrator. Both 3.1.6 
and 3.2.* report this problem with the latest version of 
cygwin.

I've also tried clearing everything inside db directory in 
vain. It does create db.docdb and wordlist.new file and 
then bombs out.


$ rundig
DB2 problem...: PANIC: Invalid argument
DB2 problem...: /opt/www/htdig/db/db.docdb: write failed 
for page 1
htdig: Unable to open/create document 
database '/opt/www/htdig/db/db.docdb'

htmerge: Unable to open word list 
file '/opt/www/htdig/db/db.wordlist'.
Did you index anything?
Check your config file and try running htdig again.

DB2 problem...: /opt/www/htdig/db/db.docdb: dirty flag 
set for readonly file pa
e
DB2 problem...: /opt/www/htdig/db/db.docdb: close: 2 
blocks left pinned

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On 6/14/05, Christopher Faylor <cgf-no-personal-reply-please@cygwin.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 14, 2005 at 11:32:52AM +0100, Prash wrote:
> >How do I downgrade Cygwin to an earlier version? I managed to compile
> >and successfully run htdig on cygwin last december. But now with the
> >same version of htdig it is giving nasty errors which is related to
> >cygwin. I want to revert to an older version .. how can I do it?
> 
> I think you need to use the cygwin --NoNastyErrors option.  That should
> do it.
> 
> cgf
> 
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