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Date: Sat, 4 Oct 1997 13:24:35 -0700 (PDT)
Message-Id: <199710042024.NAA27102@adit.ap.net>
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To: djgpp AT delorie DOT com
From: Nate Eldredge <eldredge AT ap DOT net>
Subject: Re: Can't find *any* info files

At 01:31  10/4/1997 +1000, Hugh Barrett wrote:
>Hey,
>I'm using DJGPP v.2 with rhide, and whenever I try to access the info
>files (from rhide), it says that the particular file cannot be found,
>it's there though! I think it's something to do with my djgpp.env file,
>but the infopath is correct. Also, I am not entirely confident with
>editing the file. I looked for a doc on the internet fo editing it, but
>could not fins one. Here is my djgpp.env file:
>
>DJDIR=%:/>DJGPP%
>
>+USER=dosuser
>+TMPDIR=%DJDIR%/tmp
>+EMU387=%DJDIR%/bin/emu387.dxe
>+LFN=n
>[the usual stuff snipped]
>My DJGPP FAQ also told me to include a whole lot of other crap which I
>should do when asking you "gurus". It's probably irrelavant, but here it
>is:
>Contents of my environ.lst file:
>[snipped]
>DJGPP=c:\hugh's~1\tutori~1\djgpp\djgpp.env
This is a good question. When DJGPP is used on Lose95, should the DJGPP env.
variable use long names, or short aliases? Also, is it possible the
apostrophe in the directory name is confusing something?

Try setting LFN=Y in the environment, and then set DJGPP to the long-name
path of the DJGPP directory. That *might* help.

Nate Eldredge
eldredge AT ap DOT net



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