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Re: Better console for Win95
- To: Charles Wilson <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
- Subject: Re: Better console for Win95
- From: jeffdbREMOVETHIS@goodnet.com (Mikey)
- Date: Fri, 02 Apr 1999 00:45:04 GMT
- Organization: Never
- References: <67AAEB9F4346D1118C9D00805FF4EAEE8A415E@S_2_KISTA> <firstname.lastname@example.org> <3703E0C9.FE470C78@ece.gatech.edu>
- Reply-To: jeffdbREMOVETHIS@goodnet.com
for win9x it's conagent.exe
usually found in \windows\system
That's what automagically gets exec'ed
when you open a handle to $CONIN or $CONOUT
Wonder if cygwin could make it's own?
On Thu, 01 Apr 1999 16:10:33 -0500, you wrote:
>> Win95cmd.exe in the PSDK iTOOLS.exe
>> is cmd.exe built for use under 9x.
>> I haven't played around with it much,
>> because I much prefer bash.-)
>> however it should give you most of
>> the features of cmd.exe under 95.
>Hmmm...I downloaded this and gave it a whirl -- it seems that it implements
>many of the *shell* features of the NT cmd.exe (exended options for
>FOR loops, etc, etc) but it does not create its own window with a scrollbar.
>It appears within the standard Win95 window (the one with the useless
>menubar, and no scrollbars). It seems that Win95- command.com and WinNT-
>cmd.exe are much like traditional unix shells. They need a window provided
>by a different program in which to operate -- just like you run bash in an
>xterm or rxvt window. So, does anybody have a clue as to what program
>provides the terminal window for cmd.exe / command.com under Win95?
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