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Installation problem, file "cygintl-2.dll" missing
- From: Roger Blake <rogblake at iname dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 21 Feb 2003 00:08:47 +0000 (UTC)
- Subject: Installation problem, file "cygintl-2.dll" missing
- Reply-to: rogblake at iname dot com
Today I attempted to install Cygwin on a Windows 2000 system, downloaded
the files first using "setup.exe," then ran setup to install. All packages
were selected for download and installation, and setup was run from
an account with administrative privileges.
During the installation I received several diagnostic messages stating:
The dynamic link library cygintl-2.dll could not be found
in the specified path
After intallation, upon running Cygwin I get the same error, repeated
3 times, and the following messages during initialization:
bash: mkdir: command not found
bash: /bin/grep: No such file or directory
bash: /usr/bin/kpsexpand: /bin/sh: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
bash: cd /home/Rogblake: No such file or directory
The bash shell prompt then comes up in /usr/bin and a lot of basic programs
don't seem to work work (i.e., trying to run "ls" gives the error "No such
file or directory").
I searched the system's hard drives (C: and D:) and cannot find this DLL
file, which I assume is at the root of the other problems. I've done some
searching in the archives and via google.com and have not yet found an
answer -- any info on fixing this would be greatly appreciated!
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