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The problem is because you have the script file under a non-unix format you can use: vi new_name_for_your_script and do a copy-paste ( you're running over windows ) your problem will be solved.


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Likely a incomplete implementation https://www.cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2016-01/msg00085.html


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tail is capable to visualize colors if the source is providing the correct escape codes. Eg: ls --color=always |tail -f Likely the Windows logs are not providing them. You can check with $ od -c logfile $ ls --color=always |od -c 0000000 033 [ 0 m 033 [ 0 1 ; 3 2 m a . e x 0000020 e 033 [ 0 m \n A 0 2 _ C a ...


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Can you use curl at all? E.g. curl google.com. This would happen if you're in an environment like the University of York, where you're required to use the university proxy server, and direct connections are blocked. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/197904/how-do-i-use-cygwin-behind-the-corporate-firewall Technically the "network is unreachable" error ...


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you can use simple commands such as cp/mv to the directory you want. For example: In the directory where your files are located mkdir wordDocs mv *docx wordDocs/


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To make Modules exclude !:: from its TCL setup, modify init.c as shown in this unified diff, and recompile. @@ -703,6 +703,11 @@ envsize += strlen( environ[i]) + 1; +#ifdef __CYGWIN__ + if( *environ[i] == '!') + continue; +#endif + /** ** Locate the equal sign and terminate the string at its position. **/ ...



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