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RE: 'man' and Funny Characters
- From: "Jelks Cabaniss" <jelks at jelks dot nu>
- To: "'Bernard A Badger'" <bab at vx dot com>,<cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2002 15:24:20 -0400
- Subject: RE: 'man' and Funny Characters
Bernard A Badger wrote:
> > A number of the man pages now display funny characters in Bash on
> > WinXP. 'man man' or 'man xsltproc' (to name a few) display
> > incomprehensible pages, notable for their numerous highlighted ^@
> > characters.
> Works for me.
> Looks like file corruption (download errors, virus, disk
> failure, etc.).
I'm thinking download errors. At one point I ran the setup with the
Bash window open and got an error message.
> See if you have the right file sizes:
Yes, you are right! Both the file sizes and checksums of those two .gz
files were different from what you listed (gzip.exe was OK).
Do you know if there any relatively easy way to tell what's been
corrupted and redownload those parts, or do I need to uninstall and
reinstall everything to "get it clean"?
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