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Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2000 21:17:46 -0400
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From: DJ Delorie <dj AT delorie DOT com>
To: cygwin-developers AT sourceware DOT cygnus DOT com
Subject: [greenbaum AT ti DOT com: cygwin setup and firewalls]

Can someone test setup from behind a firewall?  I've gotten many
complaints about it not working when it needs to use a proxy to get to
the Internet.

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Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2000 15:29:07 -0700
From: Jack Greenbaum <greenbaum AT ti DOT com>
Organization: Texas Instruments
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Subject: cygwin setup and firewalls
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I'm a bit discouraged with the new install for cygwin 1.0 as I'm behind a
firewall. With B19 and B20 I was used to being able to quickly install bash and
file utils on an NT box by just grabbing a .zip and away I go. I tried setup,
but it timed out and I'm relatively sure it is due the the firewall. So I
looked at the ftp directory and couldn't quickly figure out what to download,
in particular I found navigating all the subdirs a bit awkward. Would it be
possible to build a single subdirectory with all the latestest tar.gz's, or
even better a single .zip with bash and file-utils? Either of these would make
it easier for folk like me. If setup could use a proxy then setup would be just
fine, though I prefer to download as I always install on two machines and for
various reasons reinstall frequently.

Thanks for taking to the time to review this feedback.

Jack Greenbaum, TI Santa Barbara, greenbaum AT ti DOT com
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