|Subject:||Re: windows cmd.exe shell|
|Date:||Thu, 08 Nov 2018 14:43:20 -0500|
On 30 Oct 2018, at 12:54, Michael Albinus wrote:
"Ben Hyde" <address@hidden> writes:
It has, after decades of resistance, become fairly easy to run
and openssh’s sshd service on window. I’m embarrassed to ask this,
but does this august gathering have any sage advice about how to
leverage that via tramp?
Well, I also resist to use MS Windows. From time to time I'm urged to do
it, answering Tramp questions ...
now i’m both embarrassed and i feel guilty.
…a proper shell on MS Windows. If you
know where to find such a shell (a file name), we could try to convince
Tramp to go there.
I was able to install one, and I took a stab at using it:
(add-to-list 'tramp-methods '("wssh" (tramp-login-program "/tools/msys64/usr/bin/sh.exe") (tramp-login-args (("-l" "%u") ("-p" "%p") ("%c") ("-e" "none") ("%h"))) (tramp-async-args (("-q"))) (tramp-remote-shell "/tools/msys64/usr/bin/sh.exe") (tramp-remote-shell-login ("-l")) (tramp-remote-shell-args ("-c"))))
But no joy
I bet i’m doing something obviously wrong there, but if not I’ll get back to digging
on this sooner or later. Thanks ! - ben
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