Cygwin – “ERROR: You are using a non-Cygwin compatible Make program.”

“ERROR: You are using a non-Cygwin compatible Make program.
Currently using: C:/cygwin/bin/make

Solution:

Follow these steps:

1. Ensure that the Cygwin ‘make’ package is installed.
NOTE: You will need GNU Make 3.81 or later!

2. Define the GNUMAKE environment variable to point to it, as in:

export GNUMAKE=/usr/bin/make

3. Call ‘ndk-build’ again.”

If the ‘make’ is installed, this error probably stems from a bug. You need to move your ndk to a folder that does not have spaces in the path as well as your project.

For example:
from
C:\Program Files\Android\android-ndk-r5c
to
C:\Android\android-ndk-r5c

Then define the GNUMAKE environment variable as described in the error message text.

Alternative Solution: by AntonK:

Define the PATH to it using DOS-like notation:

PATH=…;C:\PROGRA~1\Android\android-ndk-r6b;

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Cygwin – “ERROR: Cannot find ‘make’ program. Please install Cygwin make package or define the GNUMAKE variable to point to it.”

Run Cygwin‘s setup.exe.
Into Select Packages search “make” into Devel section and change New column value from Skip to Keep, then click on Next then End.

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Installing Cygwin – “unable to get setup.ini”

Hi,
if in your network you have a proxy or firewal restriction, in
Select Your Internet Connection
use one of following options:
Use Internet Explorer Proxy Setting
or
“Use HTTP/ FTP Proxy” and select HTTP mirror If you’re not sure that you can use FTP.

Solution of ddddd (from comments):
Right-click on setup.exe and choose “Run as Administrator”

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