AFAIK, you should remove cygipc from your system. And then possibly re-install the core cygwin dll, to re-install some IPC utilities. But I'm not sure about the need for that.
[mailto:pgsql-cygwin-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org]On Behalf Of Mike G
Sent: dinsdag 22 juni 2004 6:49
Subject: [CYGWIN] Need help compiling from source
I am trying to compile and install 7.4.3-1 from source in cygwin on XP Pro.
I installed bison and flex. The config, make, and make install are successful. Running initdb though errors out with the dreaded semctl(....) failed: Invalid argument.
I am guessing that I am not linking to cygserver at all or correctly.
I also copied build.sh from CYGWIN-PATCHES to the top of the tree, and executed it to do all the above in one step. Same error generated. Have tried distclean between builds.
I do not have the src for cygserver or ipc-daemon. Must I build those from src as well before building postgres?
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