Re: how to access and display apps that I've launched
On 2017-07-23 13:18, mike wrote:
> On 23/07/2017 19:14, Brian Inglis wrote:
>> On 2017-07-23 11:39, mike wrote:
>>> On 23/07/2017 16:58, Jack wrote:
>>>> On 2017.07.23 08:32, mike wrote:
>>>>> I updated my Cywin installation on the 21st or 22nd of July 2017. I run
>>>>> 32-bit Cygwin/X on 64-bit Win 7 Pro. If I launch the Cygwin Xwin Server I
>>>>> get the icon at the very top middle of the screen and can then go into the
>>>>> icons menu and right click on the Cygwin icon and get a list of categories of
>>>>> applications to run and apparently launch because if I try to launch some and
>>>>> wait long enough and right click on the aforementioned icon and select quit
>>>>> it says there are N apps running and do I want to close them. The problem is
>>>>> that anything I launch through the icons menu doesn't display anywhere and in
>>>>> particular doesn't appear in the task bar. I have read the FAQ and UG but
>>>>> can't find what I'm looking for. It definitely seems to me that the
>>>>> behaviour has changed since before I updated.
>>>>> Can somebody please tell me what I am doing wrong? I would be very grateful
>>>>> for any help. Thanks in advance.
>>>> Are you sure those apps you are trying to launch are actually installed? You
>>>> could always bring up a Cygwin terminal (not through the X icon) and
>>>> explicitly "export DISPLAY=0:0" and then try to launch one of the apps from
>>>> the command line to see any errors.
>>> All I did was download setup-x86.exe on the 21st, run it and when presented with
>>> the drop down View list used Pending (by default) and then clicked Next etc. If
>>> I switch to Up To Date when presented with the drop down View list it does
>>> indeed show that everything I've tried to run is installed. I must have
>>> hundreds of packages installed. I did that last year intentionally. I selected
>>> packages to install by Category and then installed the entire Categories. That's
>>> what I'm saying all this stuff used to just work and now it just doesn't so I'm
>>> either completely missing the obvious or else it really seems like something is
>>> wrong with my installation or the behaviour has changed. If I'm just missing
>>> the obvious then please just tell me where I'm going wrong.
>>> I do not want to uninstall everything and then re-install because I have no
>>> confidence that that will solve the problem. To repeat the Cygwin/X icon is
>>> there and the menu is there. The packages that I am most immediately interested
>>> in are the Cygwin Emacs packages which are clearly in the Up To Date list. If
>>> the packages aren't installed then why would they show up in the menu? If I
>>> look in C:\cygwin\bin I can see among others emacsclient-nox.exe,
>>> emacsclient-X11.exe, emacs-nox.exe and emacs-X11.exe so they're installed right?
>> May have run out of DLL address space.
>> Run "rebase-trigger full", shut down everything Cygwin, download and run
>> setup-x86, then check /var/log/setup.log.full for rebase problems.
> I wasn't running anything Cygwin when I ran setup-x86.exe on the 21st. I've
> attached /var/log/setup.log.full. There is no occurrence of the word rebase
The log indicates it only downloaded the mirror list and setup.ini and updated
nothing. That's why you should run "rebase-trigger full" then run setup-x86.
Take care. Thanks, Brian Inglis, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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