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Re: 1.7.10: ipconfig opens a new console
> On Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 2:41 PM, René Berber wrote:
> > On 2/8/2012 12:25 PM, Andrew Schulman wrote:
> >> It used to be that when I ran ipconfig from bash, it would print
> >> output on stdout as usual. ?But for some time now, when I run
> >> ipconfig it opens a new console window, which then immediately
> >> closes again, making it impossible for me to read the output. ?At the
> >> same time, back in bash I see
> >> $ ipconfig 15 [main] bash 3060! _pinfo::dup_proc_pipe: something
> >> failed for pid 0: res 3060, hProcess 0x68C, wr_proc_pipe 0x738 vs.
> >> 0x738, Win32 error 5
> >> My terminal is PuTTYcyg if that matters, although I get the same
> >> result in mintty. ?uname -r confirms that I'm really running 1.7.10
> >> this time.
> > It works fine under mintty, and rxvt on Windows XP. ?It doesn't open a
> > new console.
> > Perhaps you have a different ipconfig than the one that comes with
> > Windows... I don't know if Vista and 7 have a different one that doesn't
> > work in a terminal.
> > --
> Works fine for me (running Windows 7).
OK. Must be something odd about my environment then. My host is WinXP. Good idea about having a
different ipconfig, but mine appears to be the usual system one:
$ type ipconfig
ipconfig is hashed (/win/c/WINDOWS/System32/ipconfig)
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