Tue May 12 22:17:00 GMT 2009
Bruno Galindro da Costa wrote:
> It Works perfectly for both! Can you explain why that commands
> works and not only "wmic cpu list full"?
> 2009/5/12 Christian Franke <Christian.Franke>
>> Bruno Galindro da Costa wrote:
>>> IÂ´m trying to run the WMIC (WMI Command-line interface) via Cygwin
>>> to parse the results with grep, awk, etc. But, when I try to run it,
>>> the cursor indicates that the command is executing, but nothing is
>>> printed on screen and the cursor is not released.
>>> I maked a batch script (.cmd) which executes the WMIC and log the
>>> output into a log file. Then, I tried to call it with Cygwin, but the
>>> same behaviour happens.
>>> The command I want to execute is:
>>> "WMIC CPU LIST FULL"
>>> Anyone can help me to resolve the above problem?
>> The following works for me in Cygwin console (notty, tty, and mintty) on
>> $ echo '' | wmic cpu list full
>> $ wmic cpu list full </dev/null
So, are some of you guys using a DOS console, and some using
rxvt/xterm/whatever gui console?
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