too many environment variables???

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too many environment variables???

Post by raver2008 » 30 Oct 2009, 05:57

hey guys,
i'm trying to set up a server and i'm got thru all this crap with compiling stuff and so on...
Now i really got stuck with this sentence the server is saying

So here it is:

2 [main] map-server 2288 N:\blablabla\map-server.exe:

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*** fatal error - internal error reading the windows environment - too many environment variables?

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please help me guys i want to go to bed and i can't sleep till i got it running :D


please answer quick!
Thank you;)
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Re: too many environment variables???

Post by Kage » 31 Oct 2009, 19:10

I am so glad I use Linux
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Re: too many environment variables???

Post by i » 31 Oct 2009, 20:03

Kage wrote:I am so glad I use Linux
Yes. Essentially using Linux makes that a LOT easier. So... raver2008 if you don't want to install one try virtualization. It's really clean and easy option. MS Virtual PC, VirtualBOX, vmware - pick one and install linux. Then install tmwserv or whatever software you wish.

Personally I'm using commercial vmware workstation 7 to virtualize winXP under my ubuntu. Corel Draw and Adobe Photoshop runs really adorable in this native-virtual environment. Games works too since it has support for DX9
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Re: too many environment variables???

Post by ElvenProgrammer » 06 Nov 2009, 10:35

Check your environment variables and try to remove all those unused.
Probably there are lots of leftups of uninstalled programs.
Although I do think that's quite impressive for a windows system to reach the limit even if it has been running for years and not mantained correctly.
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