Tue Jun 1 18:54:00 GMT 2010
On Jun 1 19:30, Andy Koppe wrote:
> On 1 June 2010 09:18, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> > What if Cygwin.bat just contains `start mintty.exe -' rather
> > than `bash --login -i'?
> > Advantages:
> > - Not much of a change in setup.
> Drawback: you get a console flashing up for the .bat file. I find that
> really annoying, so I think it would need to be a direct shortcut.
Just set the shortcut's "Run:" setting to minimized and there's no
flashing window anymore. Setup.exe could do that for you.
> You can set variables on the mintty command line using /bin/env, e.g.:
> mintty /bin/env DISPLAY=:0 /bin/ssh -X server
> But of course that doesn't take effect before the first Cygwin process.
> > - Using the dash allows the user to use the Cygwin shotcut to start
> > Â his/her login shell as noted in /etc/passwd without having to change
> > Â /Cygwin.bat.
> Good point.
Corinna Vinschen Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
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