This looks like a case-of-cygwin, but we're supposde to catch that now.
1) Do you have cygwin on your system, and by any chance installed in a
2) If not, check your system for PERL58.DLL, TCL84.DLL or PYTHON23.DLL.
If you find one of these, try renaming it to .old temporarily and see if
things start thenm. If it does, that DLL is broken (this is known to
happen with cygwin versions of the DLLs, but it's possible there are
other broken DLLs as well)
From: Theo Galanakis [mailto:Theo(dot)Galanakis(at)lonelyplanet(dot)com(dot)au]
Sent: Sunday, January 16, 2005 11:45 PM
To: Magnus Hagander
Cc: PgSQL ADMIN
Subject: RE: [ADMIN] Pg8 for Windows
I have attached the complete pg8 log file. Also the
program exits without notice.
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