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RE: Cygwin command line takes a long time to start
> From: Andy Koppe
> On 23 July 2010 02:53, David Antliff wrote:
> >> OK then the easiest thing to do is add "set -x" to your
> >> and watch where the delay happens as the statements scroll by.
> > Ah, that's useful - I also have a 10-second-or-so delay when mintty
> > starts. By using a bunch of 'echo' commands and that set -x (which of
> > course extends the time, but at least makes it clear if anything is
> > 'hanging') it's clear to me that the majority of the delay (about 6
> > seconds) happens before .bash_profile executes.
> Try the same with /etc/profile as well, after first backing it up.
> Scripts in /etc/profile.d might be involved too.
Another idea is to start bash with --noprofile to eliminate all profile