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Moving compiled application?
- From: juman <juman at c213-89-208-240 dot bredband dot comhem dot se>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 12:06:52 +0200
- Subject: Moving compiled application?
I have two separate installations of Cygwin testing things out before
moving one of them to an USB stick. On one of the installations I have
everything needed for compiling installed as gcc etc. And on the other I
only have the base installation.
Now I am trying to compile an application on the development one and
move it to the other. So after compiling it I just tar the whole folder
and copy it over to the other one. I then follow what happens when doing
a "make install" so everything goes to the right place.
So when all is in place I try to start the application and nothing... No
error message, no output, nothing... I just press enter and it gives me
the next line. Any ideas how I can look into what is missing or do you
have a better way to move an application between two systems like this?
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