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This is a temporary problem. The ssh-user-config script needs a fix. The reason your "How To Geek" tutorial doesn't match your experience is that the most recent release of Cygwin (1.7.34) did away with /etc/passwd and /etc/group in the default installation. It is possible to recreate them, as you eventually discovered, but if they aren't present, the ...
My two cents is that you shouldn't put the file in one of the default system header paths - you should put it into whatever directory you want (/usr/local/libfoo_v1.0/include being a pretty common convention, with the library itself installed into /usr/local/libfoo_v1.0/lib) and then point the compiler to that directory with -I/usr/local/libfoo_v1.0/include ...
You need to install the libgd2 package to provide the missing cyggd-2.dll.
I found fbpanel is here /etc/X11/xinit/startxwinrc in the condition if [ -f $HOME/.startxwinrc ] then exec $HOME/.startxwinrc else ... /usr/bin/fbpanel fi so I've created $HOME/.startxwinrc with the only /usr/bin/xterm (warning: line endings must be unix single LF) it helped, no panel, only xterm window opens
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