$ mkdir ~/sicp $ cd ~/sicp
wget -v -m -w 2 -p -E -k http://mitpress.mit.edu/sicp/full-text/book/book.html
Create an environment variable http_proxy using the following syntax
I am a big fan of cygwin and have been using it for years. If you’ve installed it and choosen the default install you’ll at some point run into a missing command and will have to run the setup program again. After a few iterations of this you’ll wonder about installing the whole thing. If you have the space it certainly makes your life easier in the long run.
A couple points to consider.
I just did a full install on a machine and it looks like cygwin has taken 3.21 gig of space.
Also, when you do install you should pick a time to just let it run. Also, it may take a few retries as you may have a “download incomplete” message after a time.
After installing DrScheme and playing with it for a few minutes I was able to get it to hang with an error similar to the following error. standard-module-name-resolver: collection not found: “texpict” in any of: ()
=== context === cloop temp1229 c:\program files\plt\collects\drscheme\private\rep.ss:1276:17
The fix is to go under C:\documents and settings\Your username\Application Data\PLT Sheme and remove the file pref.ss
If I figure out what I did to produce this file in such a state and post that as well.
If you create a function in bash and want to see its definition. Try
declare -f 'your-function'