In case you run into the following error message when trying to run cmake in cygwin bash be sure the setup libmpfr4 via setup.exe: /usr/lib/gcc/i686-pc-cygwin/4.5.3/cc1.exe: error while loading shared libraries: cygmpfr-4.dll: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory As always, make sure to restart your Cygwin bash afterwards.
Recently I’ve experienced a weird behavior in a Cygwin installation on Windows 7. When pressing the backspace key Cygwin falsly interpreted it as a space. Luckily, the problem is rather easy to fix. The easiest way (which did not work everytime while testing) is to simply reinstall terminfo and termcap via setup.exe, as mentioned here: […]
Unfortunately, starting with version 8 of Kerio Connect built-in support for ClamAV has been dropped. Up until this version it was possible to easily setup ClamAV in conjunction with Kerio Connect, as described in Setting up ClamAV for Kerio Connect. Fortunately, Kerio provides a SDK for developing AV plugins, including code for ClamAV. This post […]
Unfortunately, Windows programs do not understand POSIX pathnames, such as the ones produced by Cygwin, e.g. “/cygdrive/c/some_folder”. Consequently you will run into problems when trying to call Windows applications from within Cygwin, or even when supplying POSIX pathnames to these programs as parameter. Fortunately, there is an easy way to convert between POSIX pathnames and […]