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- From: "Sean McBride" <smcbride at jvbfinancial dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Sat, 1 Feb 2003 01:41:17 -0500
- Subject: bash lockup
- Reply-to: <smcbride at jvbfinancial dot com>
I thank all of you who comented on my last post.
I have another small problem.
I installed the package with the installer and then later, added pine to my
installation. I don't think installing pine has anything to do with my
problem, but I only noticed this after adding that package.
occasionally when executing commands from bash the command window locks up.
^c does nothing and I can't even close the window. Even Ctrl-Alt-Del End
task won't get rid of the misbehaving command window. Only if I shut down a
task called "oldwinapp" does the command window go away. Then I am able to
restart bash and rerun the same exact command I attempted before with no
problem. After a while, it locks up on another command.. There seems to be
no pattern to the command or time it does this at.
Has anyone else experienced this problem? Maybe I am doing something wrong?
Thanks for your patience.
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