Re: newbie

From: Del (
Date: 03/06/02

Zerin wrote:
> I do not use cygwin that much, if at all *hugs
> msvs", but I can give you an idea where to begin.
> Since your own an win32/nt system, then first open
> up the autorun files with notepad, and look them
> over.  Make sure everything is stright, you might
> want to get a fresh copy of autorun, and over
> write your current one, incase anything has corrupted
> it.  If overwriteing the current auto-run, or if
> the current one is fine, I would start to look into
> maybe its cygwin-sided and you might want to do a
> fresh
> install of cygwin.

I would not recommend overwritting anything. If you previously made changes
to suit your mud, and it is having problems rename the file and replace it
with a fresh 'working' copy.
That way you can compare the two to identify the problem rather than guess
what the problem was.

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