Re: dpkg available
"Mark Paulus" <email@example.com> writes:
> do you have ntsec set as part of CYGWIN?
> (export CYGWIN=ntsec binmode ......)
> Oh, where to start after that????
> Are you running cygwin's inetd, and starting telnetd/rlogind
> from there? And, are you configuring/starting them via the
> 'net start inetd' command? This is necessary to give login
> the proper privileges to do the context switching to another
> user. Make sure you run inetd --install-as-service, and reboot
> after that. Also, make sure you go into NT's service manager,
> and disable NT's telnet and ftp service.
eh, I think I have to RTFM...
[10 minutes later]
I found no informations on cygwin.com, but google gives me an "HOWTO
Configure inetd to run under Cygwin for Windows 2000 or XP Pro" :
> Then try to telnet into your box, using root as the userid, and
> the administrators password.
> HTH, & YMMV, but it's what worked for me.
It works for me now (eg login as root) :-)
except this :-(
$ dpkg -i dpkg_1.9.18_w32.deb
dpkg: `ldconfig' not found on PATH.
dpkg: `update-rc.d' not found on PATH.
dpkg: 2 expected program(s) not found on PATH.
NB: root's PATH should usually contain /usr/local/sbin, /usr/sbin and /sbin.