[cvsnt] Control Panel Applet Not Working
David.Smith at synopsys.com
Fri Jun 27 18:06:18 BST 2008
I just worked through this. If there is a iconv.dll in the system32
directory move it aside and see if the control panel works. If it does
then it is due to the fact that the service that is running the control
panel is in the system32 directory and windows always finds dlls in the
same directory as the executable before looking anywhere else.
I found that the "bad" iconv.dll was from Systran and when I moved it to
the Systran directories both the CVSNT control panel and Systran worked
Good luck! It took almost a week to find this one.
David W. Smith
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From: cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org [mailto:cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org] On Behalf
Sent: Friday, June 27, 2008 6:54 AM
To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org
Subject: Re: [cvsnt] Control Panel Applet Not Working
>The usual cause is an incompatible iconv.dll in the PATH. So doing
>something like this from the DOS prompt will usually work OK:
> set PATH=c:\Program Files\cvsnt
I tried setting the path and running it from the command line as you
describe above, that did not work.
>That's really really odd - I've not heard of that before.
>Which version of CVSNT did you download?
I've tried version 2.5.03.2382, both Windows installer and Innosetup
installer. I also tried 2.5.03.2260, Windows installer. None of these
successfully installed the control panel applet. Then I tried v 2.0.51d,
from WinCVS, which did work. However I need the newer version
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