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Subject: Re: DJGPP & WinXP?
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> From: Danno <too_much_spam AT hotmail DOT com>
> Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
> Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2002 19:24:20 GMT
>
>   unzipped everything (using WinXP's zip decompressor) inside that 
> directory, maintaining their directory structure inside. I've appended the 
> environment variable so that PATH also includes
> C:\DJGPP\djdev203\bin;%PATH%

That djdev203 subdirectory is already a sign of trouble: I'm guessing
that you used WinZip to unzip the files.  WinZip has a ``feature''
whereby each of the *.zip files is unzipped into its own
subdirectory; this totally disrupts the directory structure expected
by the DJGPP programs.

I suggest to remove the entire DJGPP directory, then download the
program unzip32.exe from the same place where you found DJGPP, and
then unzip the *.zip files again using unzip32.exe.  To unzip with
unzip32.exe, open a DOS box, change to the C:\DJGPP directory, and
then type commands like these:

     unzip32 djdev203.zip
     unzip32 gcc304b.zip

etc., one command for each one of the *.zip files you've downloaded.

>   and that a new variable DJGPP is in
> C:\DJGPP\D\djdev\djgpp.env

This is also wrong, this variable should point to C:\DJGPP\djgpp.env.

>   When I open the console, I can invoke go32-v2
>   from the prompt, which tells me about available RAM but provides no swap 
> space.

The fact that the swap space is reported as zero is normal on Windows XP
(and on all other members of the NT family of Windows).  Don't worry
about that.

> If I want to use RHIDE I have to call it using the absolute path
> C:\DJGPP\rhid149b\bin\rhide
>   which returns an error (Bad command or file name) when I try to compile. 
> When I try to make a call to gcc, it also has to be started using the 
> absolute path
> C:\DJGPP\gcc304b\bin\gcc.exe testpg.cpp
>   which returns this error
> gcc.exe: installation problem, cannot exec 'cc1plus': No such file or 
> directory (ENOENT)
>   but I have C:\DJGPP\gpp304b\ and all its contents in place.

These are all signs of unzipping with WinZip.  Don't use it.

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