TheGuest wrote, quoting himself:
>> I want to know what process produce error in MSYS in normal windows
>> XP mode; I've make a note of all process running in safe mode, and of
>> all process running in normal mode; the process running only in normal
>> mode are:
>> I don't see any suspect process, but I don't know most of them;
>> What I can say is, SMagent is related to my sound card SoundMax;
>> kpf4gui and kpf4ss are related to my firewall "Kerio Personal
>> Ewidoctrl is related to an antispyware software "ewido antimalware
> No ideas?
Sorry, no. I don't use WoeXP or later, at all; all my development is done
on GNU/Linux, with Woe32 binaries cross-compiled using a MinGW tool chain.
My employer provides me with a Win2K box, for business use, but we do not
use any of these products you mention. Perhaps someone else may be able
offer a better insight, but given the lack of response, perhaps not.
>> I've created my gmp dll files; I've placed it in a gmp/bin/ folder, and
>> I've placed lib files in gmp/lib/ then, I've created a simple program
>> using these libraries functions; I've compiled and linked it and all
>> works fine! but when I run program I receive error saying it cannot
>> find libgmp-3.dll;
Is your gmp/bin directory in your PATH, when you run your program? Or, do
you run your program.exe from within your gmp/bin directory?
>> if I move my dll files from the bin folder to the lib folder, all
Perhaps /path/to/gmp/lib is in your PATH? Or you've run your program.exe
from within that directory?
>> Why my program looks for dll files in lib folder instead of bin one?
It looks in the same directory as the executable, and then in directories
specified in PATH.
>> I'll grant I've given the right path for bin and lib folder when I
But, what have you set up at runtime?