Mail Archives: djgpp/1999/09/30/03:58:15

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Date: Thu, 30 Sep 1999 09:17:16 +0200
From: Bob Jolliffe <bobj AT osprey DOT unisa DOT ac DOT za>
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To: djgpp AT delorie DOT com
Subject: Re: Another NT4.0 problem?
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Eli Zaretskii wrote:

> On Tue, 28 Sep 1999, Bob Jolliffe wrote:
> >     REM DJ.BAT
> >     set PATH=c:\djgpp\bin;%PATH%
> >     SET djgpp=C:\DJGPP\DJGPP.ENV
> >     RHIDE
> >
> > in order to jump straight into rhide from a shortcut on the desktop, it
> > doesn't work on NT4.  Going line by line from the command prompt, I
> > discover that I usually need to type rhide twice.  The first invocation
> > crashes right back to the prompt, and the second one gets me in.
> Does that happen from the command line as well, or only from the batch
> file?

Both.  The first time just returns me to the prompt.  Second time I'm in.

> Does it produce the standard DJGPP crash message, with registers' dump
> and traceback?  If so, please post it here.

No messages at all.  Just back to the prompt.  Sometimes it gets into RHIDE,
but as soon as I move the mouse, out it goes (could this be mouse related I

> If the crash message isn't produced, do you see any other messages,
> like a pop-up from Dr Watson or something?  If so, please describe
> what do you see.
> Also, what version of RHIDE do you use?

RHIDE 1.4 on Windows NT4 with SP 5.


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