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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 ...
Why you are not using Cygwin or MinGW cross-compiler instead?
You need to install the libgd2 package to provide the missing cyggd-2.dll.
Please try re-running the setup.exe to update to the openssh-6.7p1-2. This should fix your issue. Also, the origin of the issue (setup.exe choosing "prev" version for first install of a package instead of current one) has been resolved.
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 $HOME/.startxwinrc with the only /usr/bin/xterm (warning: line endings must be unix single LF) it helped, no panel, only xterm window opens
To add MingW to your Cygwin PATH, edit your .profile and add: export PATH="/cygdrive/c/mingw/bin:$PATH" Since C: is already mounted by Cygwin, you don't need to worry about that, and can simply use the mount path.
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 ...
I launch my X Server with this: "XWin.exe -multiwindow"
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