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Re: Mintty does not close after "exit" command
On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 11:42 AM, Dani Moncayo wrote:
> To reproduce the problem, just open the standard cygwin terminal (e.g.
> by double-clicking the desktop icon), an then type the "exit" command
> in the bash shell.
> I see a "logout" message for a fraction of a second, then the terminal
> becomes empty (without text), but the mintty window remains visible
> but unresponsive, with the title bar showing "~ (Not Responding)".
I've seen this happen several times in the past few days.
This may be related to the fact that I'm installing cygwin a lot these days.
It may happen after installing a package that doesn't require to close
any open cygwin terminal.
Usually I close everything by default but since I'm installing a lot
lately I sometimes skip it if it's not required (e.g. installing a php
Maybe you have some cygwin service running in the background (you can
check it with: cygrunsrv -L).
Regardless, maybe a full rebase could help.
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