[CALUG] BASH for Win

Rajiv G Gunja opn.src.rocks at gmail.com
Fri Dec 9 11:05:59 CST 2005

Before I moved over to linux on my desktop, i used to use cygwin on windows.
It is really good ( perl, perl/tk, cron, gcc, gbd, ddd, Xfce, X11, kde ) =

most of the UNIX tools you would want has been ported to windows.


Pete wrote:

>Hi all,
>    I have been getting more and more used to using Linux as a primary =

>system, and will /hopefully/ build a custom system using the Linux From =

>Scratch resources.
>At any rate I have noticed that I've been acting almost like a script =

>kiddie and trying to use Bash commands on my Windows Command Prompt. =

>Doesn't quite
>work ;D. In doing a bit of research I found that there is a nice looking =

>translator, for the lack of a better word. The application is called =

>"GNU BASH For Windows".
>First off I would like to share the wealth of this information and =

>secondly I was wondering if if anyone else has heard of it.
>Link: http://www.steve.org.uk/Software/bash/
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