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Re: latest cygwin: 'run' problem

Greetings, Gerry Reno!

> On 09/06/2014 04:12 PM, Gary Johnson wrote:
>> On 2014-09-05, Gerry Reno wrote:
>>> To clarify this request a bit:
>>> Both run-1.2.0-1 and 1.3.1-1 are broken.  Neither one properly runs a command.
>>> The only recent package that actually worked was run-1.3.0-1.
>> That has not been my experience.  In my experience, run-1.2.0-1
>> works fine but 1.3.0-1 was broken, so I've been "keep"ing 1.2.0-1 on
>> my system until I hear that run has been fixed.
>> I'm sorry I don't have details on the problem with 1.3.0-1.  It
>> would just not work with the commands I was trying to execute.  I
>> believe there was some discussion about the issues on this list at
>> the time 1.3.0-1 was released.  I'm at home at the moment and away
>> from my Windows system so I can't experiment or look at the run
>> commands I use.
>> Regards,
>> Gary

> Here, make this work with run-1.2.0-1 or run-1.3.1-1 and you'll
> make a believer out of me.

> run $WINDIR/system32/mstsc.exe /multimon /v:$IP:3389

Not with 1.3.1

Command Line:
C:\WINDOWS\system32\mstsc.exe "/multimon" "/v:IP:3389"

Here's the problem, as Achim said.

> And until such time as somebody actually gets around to fixing
> 'run' it would be nice if there was an alternate choice of
> run-1.3.0-1 that just seems to work with every command
> I feed it.

cmd.exe /C START "" /B "$WINDIR/system32/mstsc.exe" /multimon /v:$IP:3389

Andrey Repin ( 07.09.2014, <18:48>

Sorry for my terrible english...

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