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Re: setup.exe via proxy?
On Thu, Apr 27, 2000 at 04:03:09PM +0100, John S Cooper wrote:
>Chris Faylor <email@example.com> writes:
> > >It starts up and displays a list a list of mirror sites. When I select
> > >one, it just waits for a while and then gives these odd errors:
> > >
> > > Select an option from 5-28 or [repeat]: 25
> > > Connecting to ftp site...Done.
> > > Unable to open "D:\DOCUME~1\JCooper\LOCALS~1\Temp\su37" for output: No such file
> > > or directory
> > Does the d:\docume~1\jcooper\locals~1\temp directory actually exist?
> > If so, are there any files in the directory that look similar to su*?
>Yes to both questions:
>| $ ls d:/Documents\ and\ Settings/JCooper/Local\ Settings/Temp/
>| Acr25.tmp su14 su2 su25 su30 su4
>| JETE3B.tmp su15 su20 su26 su31 su5
>| su10 su16 su21 su27 su32 su6
>| su11 su17 su22 su28 su33 su7
>| su12 su18 su23 su29 su34 su8
>| su13 su19 su24 su3 su35 su9
>So it seems to get part way there, but then gives "Unable to open ..." messages
>for su36 and later. Eventually it gives up with:
Ok. This looks like a handle leak. You're probably doing this on
Windows 9x and have something like "FILES=40" in your config.sys, right?
I've uploaded setup 1.33 to cygwin/latest. It tries to be more diligent
about closing everything. It also creates the temporary files in the same
directory as setup.exe.
Please try the new version of setup and, if it fails, send a directory
listing of the directory where setup.exe is located to firstname.lastname@example.org
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