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I cannot build wireshark. This error message allways apears:

bash -o igncr tool/textify.sh "./COPYING" wireshark-gtk2
tools/textify.sh: line 50: u2d: command not found
NMAKE : faral error U1077: 'c:\cygwin\bin\bash.EXE' : return code '0x7f'

I have Win7 and use MSVS2010. Any other mistakes are not known. Hope you guys can help me...

Thanks.

asked 20 Jun '13, 23:05

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I could avoid this error message by commenting out all command lines with the textify command in the Makefile.nmake file. I think this is quite acceptable, for a quick solution. Because it's a matter of readme, help, ... -files. But anyway, this is a problem which should be avoided. Any ideas?

(21 Jun '13, 01:18) Marko1988

You need to install an additional component of Cygwin, the Utils/dos2unix package. Run the Cygwin setup.exe and find the package using the search box and then install it.

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answered 21 Jun '13, 07:01

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Thank you very much!

(28 Jun '13, 02:29) Marko1988

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