mssing packages for cygwin
Sat Sep 30 00:40:00 GMT 2006
> >Please Read the Fine FAQ.
> thanks for the help.
> I have found the packages to install.
> However, when I type cpp.exe in msdos shell, I got the error:
> cpp: installation problem, cannot exec 'cc1': No such file or directory
Then you didn't install it. Rerun setup.exe, select gcc from the
list of packages, and you should be able to install it.
> Also, I searched all packages and unable to find the man documentions for C
> for example, I typed "man fopen", and it doesn't display anything. Do you
> know which package contains the C functions manuals like what we have in
In general, the answer to your question of 'which package contains this
file?' is 'cygcheck -p regex'. For example, 'cygcheck -p fopen.[0-9]'
shows that you are likely to find a man page for fopen in the cygwin-doc
package, again something you can select from setup.exe.
But be aware that cygwin does not have a complete set of man
pages; it is a volunteer project, and not all the pages are as well
maintained as Linux, which has more volunteers, or in a paid
Unix solution, where you are getting value-added from the vendor.
By the way, if you had followed these directions:
> Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html
and included the output of 'cygcheck -svr' as a text attachment,
we would know for sure which packages you had installed, or
if you had other installation problems.
Hence our admonitions to read the FAQ. People get tired of
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