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Re: Installed 1.5.5, need to back off to 1.3.22
At 03:22 PM 10/10/2003, Christopher Faylor you wrote:
>On Fri, Oct 10, 2003 at 01:29:12PM -0400, Larry Hall wrote:
>>At 12:31 AM 10/10/2003, Christopher Faylor you wrote:
>>>On Thu, Oct 09, 2003 at 08:40:20PM -0700, David M. Karr wrote:
>>>>Is there any way of "copying" a 1.3.22 distribution from one box to another
>>>>box? I know it's not that simple, but is there a list of straightforward
>>>>places I'd have to patch to make it work (like registry changes)?
>>>It is incredibly simple. Just copy the c:\cygwin directory tree.
>>>Use "mount -m" to dump the commands to duplicate your mount table
>>>layout to a .bat file and then run the .bat file on the other
>>>system to recreate your mount table.
>>Right. Or if one prefers an opaque process, run setup, choose install
>>from a local directory and point it to the local package directory cache
>>on the other machine.
>>I can't believe I'm telling someone how to *not* fix a bug! ;-)
>Yeah, me too. But I had to rise to the challenge of the "it's not that
I guess we can chalk this perception up to the success of setup.
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