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Re: Corrupt Cygwin64 install?
Ooo... You still have that script lying around? ;^)
On Tue, Sep 27, 2016 at 12:22 PM, Achim Gratz <Stromeko@nexgo.de> wrote:
> Mike McCarty writes:
>> 0x000007fefcb07497 in TmmonDestoryAddonObject () from
> It always instills much confidence in the abilities of the programmers
> and the usefulness of the program when you see such typos…
>> tmmon64.dll is a TrendMicro OfficeScan dll. After talking my sysadmin
>> into disabling OfficeScan on my machine temporarily, the crash goes
>> away. Adding cygwin to the exclusion list doesn't help here (I tried
>> it) I think because this is a "real-time monitor", not the file scan
>> that the exclusion list generally applies to.
> The real-time monitor has it's own exclusion list (last I looked). And
> no, you won't be able to run Cygwin or anything of similar complexity
> with that stupid DLL injection that TrendMicro is doing.
>> Has anybody else had a similar experience with TrendMicro AV software?
>> My IT dept. will not allow me to disable it entirely...
> I've had a .reg file on my desktop that re-instated the realtime
> exclusion for the Cygwin install path since generally each time the
> computer loaded the Group policy or updated the signatures it would
> forget about it (the UI to add to that list was locked down with a
> password, but the registry key was open to write to). Fortunately we no
> longer use Trend Micro (I guess the fact it produced the major part of
> all end user support requests was a too big hint to ignore for IT).
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