Which OS are you using on your PC?
Did you try running again the cygwin_setup.bat file?
Did you have problems with the mirrors?
Are you using the last version?
Could you add a screenshot of the error message?
I'm using Windows 8.1
Yes I've tried reinstalling it, but didn't work.
No, I download them easily, actually I can open Cygwin and use the terminal.
Yes, I checked the version and the setup, also tried it for 32x and 64x, but neither of them worked.
No, I can't when I run the mcusdk.exe it closes immediately, after that the file error.log is created and all it says is "please install cygwin"
What do you think?
If your OS is 64 bit I suggest you to uninstall the 32 bit version you installed in the PC. Also, which is the location you are using to install the MCU SDK? I suggest you to create a folder called MCU in C:/ and put all the files in there. The issue could be that even if having the cygwin installed the SDK isnot able to find it.
I had it in the Documents folder, i changed it to the C:/ folder as you said and it worked, sorry for the time to answer.
Thaks for the help,
I'm really glad to know that now it is working.
Sadly not working for me...
when I run mcusdk.exe I get error log: "please install cygwin"
I have cygwin 64 installed in c:\cygwin64
I have MCU SDK installed in c:\edison
I am running 64 bit windows 7 SP1
Are you using this tutorial: Creating applications with the MCU SDK for the Intel® Edison board | Intel® Developer Zone
Also, I have the MCU SDK on C:\MCU and Cygwin in C:\MCU\cygwin you could try with this.