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Re: cygwin console
It probably is worth adding something to the FAQ about this.
(Cygwin FAQ maintainer)
On Tuesday 8 Jan 02, Mark Himsley writes:
> rxvt is probably what you are looking for. It is a stand-alone app and does
> not require X to be installed. It has its own package so you may have to
> install it via setup.exe.
> Other alternatives are, for instance, installing sshd or inetd and using
> your favourite ssh/telnet client to connect to localhost or installing X and
> using one of the X terminals.
> On Tue, 8 Jan 2002 11:34:17 +0200 you wrote:
> >Hi all
> >Here's another newbie question.. I could find no help in the FAQ for
> >Are there any better cygwin consoles out there that the default one
> >that's installed off the web ? It's rather limited and slows down
> >development :(. I'd love something with a scrollback history for
> >instance, or simply more displayed lines.
> >Jean le Roux
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> Mark Himsley
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