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Re: Mintty Log Off problem
- From: David Rothenberger <daveroth at acm dot org>
- To: cygwin <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2012 11:40:50 -0800
- Subject: Re: Mintty Log Off problem
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- Reply-to: cygwin at cygwin dot com
On 2/18/2012 10:28 AM, Harry G McGavran Jr wrote:
> I've found a little more information -- this problem goes away
> if I change my default shell to dash. Seems tcsh is involved somehow.
> It comes back when I change my default shell back to tcsh.
> Going back to tcsh 6.18.00-2 does not help.
> Given the deathly silence to my request below, I must be the only
> one experiencing this, but it happens on both of my machines.
I'm also experiencing this on my XP SP3 machines using mintty and bash.
No problems on Vista or W7, though.
> On 02/15/12 10:43, Harry G McGavran Jr wrote:
>> With Cygwin 1.7.10(0.259/5/3) upon logging off Windows XP SP3
>> I get a pop-up window "End Program - C:\cygwin\bin\mintty.exe"
>> with a "End Now" and "Cancel" button every time I log off
>> Windows and I have somewhere in that Windows session run
>> the Mintty shortcut which has "C:\cygwin\bin\mintty -u -"
>> in it and my default shell is tcsh. This never happened
>> with previous Cygwin releases. What's even more interesting
>> is that in all cases I exit all my programs before logging
>> off, including the mintty window. I've even tried hitting
>> the "Cancel" button and then looking for a process named
>> mintty or "Terminal" (since that's what mintty's description
>> is and that is used by some process tools) with both Process Explorer
>> and Task Manager, but I can find no such process -- and then
>> when I try to log off again not having found such a process
>> the pop-up comes back and I can't log off until I hit
>> "End Now".
>> Since I haven't seen any reports of this on this list, I must
>> be about the only one this is happening to. Any clues as to
>> what I can do to find out what Windows is actually failing to stop
>> when I try to log off having run mintty beforehand?
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