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Re: #! not a recognized internal or external command
I had already tried that but the results are the same. This same script
works on another machine here with the same cygwin & win XP install.
I am assuming it has to a registry setting in XP or some setup with cygwin
that is not done correctly.
"Vince Hoffman" <Vince.Hoffman@uk.circle.com> wrote in message
> remove the space between #! and /bin/tcsh
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Neil Messmer [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2003 8:08 PM
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: #! not a recognized internal or external command
> > I have just installed the latest version of cygwin and get
> > the following
> > error message when running my scripts while running cygwin
> > under Win XP. It
> > does not matter what shell I specify for the script.
> > My paths on the win pc is set to /usr/local/bin; /usr/bin; /bin;
> > /usr/x11r6/bin.
> > The simple test script contains one line:
> > #! /bin/tsch
> > ANy ideas?
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