Em 30/10/2012 05:08, "Andrew" <notes@shaw.ca> escreveu:
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Maximus5 [mailto:ConEmu.Maximus5@gmail.com]
> > Sent: Monday, October 29, 2012 10:19 PM
> >
> > What is in your %COMSPEC% environment variable?
>
> C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe
>
> I'm on Windows 7 64 bit if I didn't say before, if it matters..  :)
>
> >
> > Thought, would be nice to see lines from Process Monitor log
> >
> > (when "exit" triggered, of course). Upload it somewhere
> >
> > and post here the link.
>
> I put the entire file up, it's not that big - only included process names
> containing "bash" I put both LogBash.CSV and LogBash.PML
>
> I wasn't sure where else to put them so I just put them at members.shaw.ca
> under /notes/
>
> I have to go for a couple days, but just wanted to get that up... in case
> y'all were dying of curiosity! ;)  Will resume when I get back.. and Many
> thanks for the help from you guys! :)

Those exit lines you pasted early look just like if you had typed the exit command, which makes me wonder if for some crazy season bash is just receiving that command from standard input.

Another suggestion, make a diff out of the full unique file list you mentioned above when you start bash from cmd.exe and it exits, and the list for when you can successfully start bash (e.g. from mintty).

Yes, I'm very curious to know what's happening. So please provide feedback on these and the previous suggestions :-)

It's a bit frustrating when you get curious and try helping someone, but they don't share the solution or if they just gave up, like on some recent threads around here :-/

>
> Andrew
>
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