We develop under NT4 which doesn't show this behaviour, but I have now
seen it happen on a W2K box. So far I don't know why, but I think it's
to do with having recently upgraded to Cygwin 1.3.22-1.
For now, if you visit the DAILY page
www.acedb.org -> Downloads -> DAILY
You should see a (temporary) link towards the bottom of the page labelled
If you download this, you should find it works OK on W2K. Hopefully
you'll not be too dependent on the changes we've made since then.
In the mean time, I'll get on trying to find the cause of the bug. And
thank you for drawing attention to the fact that we obviously need to
test on other flavours of Windows than NT!
xiaofeng.xin at utoronto.ca wrote:
>> I downloaded ACEDB-windows.4_9t.exe from
>http://www.acedb.org/Software/Downloads/supported.shtml, and just run it to
> install on a PC under windows 2000. After installation, when I run the program
> a wrong operation window jump out with title"startace.exe - Entry Point Not
> Found" and body "The procedure entry point pthread_mutex_lock could not be
> located in the dynamic link library cygwin1.dll."
>> And if installed under windows 98. When I run it, two windows jump out. One is
> with title "C:Acedb\bin\startace.exe" and body "C:Acedb\bin\startace.exe A
> device attached to the system is not functioning.", the other is with
> title "Error Starting Program" and body "The STARTACE.EXE file is linked to
> missing export CYGWIN1.DLL:pthread_mutex_lock." Seems the same thing.
>> And the hardwares of these two PC are all beyond basic hardware requirement.
>> So could you help me figure it out? Thank you very much!!!
>> Sincerely yours,
>> Xiaofeng Xin