The un-notified update of gcc4-4.3.4-3 cause setup failed(build date 2009-12-11 to 2010-08-15, caused file size mismatch)
Fri Sep 3 03:14:00 GMT 2010
Thank you Davek. Sorry for my poor English and poor expression.
You're right, I'm installing cygwin to a new server from local package cache
on my PC via net share.
It's ok to avoid redownload existing files. Maybe it's better to shown the
'file size mismatch' message or other error messages (which occured in
command line setup mode) too in GUI setup mode. Or, it will take more time
to find out the error. ^_^
Dave Korn-9 wrote:
> On 02/09/2010 05:32, LiuYan 刘研 wrote:
>> Today I try to setup cygwin on a new server, it keeps failed with a
>> "cyggcc_s-1.dll is missed" error in the last post-install phase.
> I'm sorry it caused you a problem, I'm afraid setup.exe was smarter than
> am and it spotted the difference when I hoped it wouldn't. I thought that
> would be ok, since cyggcc_s-1.dll would already be installed, so it
> have been looking to upgrade anything.
> Are you perhaps sharing a local package cache dir between both these
> machines, on a network shared drive or similar?
>> I rename gcc4 directory to gcc4-old, reinstall gcc4 and libgcc1 package,
>> works ok finally.
> Right, that workaround should suffice. I wanted to avoid everyone who
> already had the package installed from having to redownload it because the
> only thing that changed was a couple of 'x' permission bits on a couple of
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