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Re: Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated because stdin is not a terminal.

On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 2:21 PM, Corinna Vinschen
<> wrote:
> On Nov ?6 13:53, Csaba Raduly wrote:
>> I log in to different machines (e.g. lab1) via SSH. For this purpose I
>> created a number of desktop shortcuts, like this:
>> Target: C:\cygwin\bin\run.exe rxvt --geometry 170x60+0+0 -e ssh -Y lab1
>> Start in: C:\cygwin\bin
>> These work fine.
>> So I created a copy of this shortcut and edited it to
>> Target: C:\cygwin17\bin\run.exe rxvt --geometry 170x60+0+0 -e ssh -Y lab1
>> Start in: C:\cygwin17\bin

> I tried this, too, and I can't reproduce it. ?Is it possible that,
> when you copied the desktop shortcut, you didn't fix the "Start In:"
> directory in the shortcut, so that it still points to the Cygwin 1.5
> bin directory?

No, I did change the "Start in" directory (the information was
copy-pasted from the shortcut properties).

In fact, C:\cygwin17\bin\run.exe started in C:\cygwin appears to work
better (probably because the Cygwin 1.7 run.exe launches the Cygwin
1.5 rxvt and ssh). Now the prompt appears but the tunneled X doesn't
work (which is as expected, because the X server is now from Cygwin

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