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- From: dubcek <goltrock at wanadoo dot fr>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sun, 29 Oct 2006 11:59:33 -0800 (PST)
- Subject: sh files
Far from being a computer expert, here is what you need to know to understand
For years I worked basically in an UNIX environment.
For practical reasons, I am now using Windows XP. Two years ago, I
downloaded Cygwin in the hope of finding an UNIX-liek environment. That
I got to use the cygwin version of the Lilypond music notation and that too
worked perfectly until the day when I found myself stuck with a 'very
simple' problem' which is irrelevant to the present story.
In order to solve that problem, I downloaded a more recent version of
My problem is this:
>From the time I started using UNIX, I have made at least a hundred different
.sh files, all of which ran perfectly on my first version of cygwin. But
they don't work on the new version.
What do I do to make them work again?
All clear and simple explanation is welcome. My computer education lasted
half an hour twenty-five years ago.
Thanks for your patience.
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