loblo Posted August 3, 2020 Share Posted August 3, 2020 (edited) Win95cmd.exe is not part of cygwin, it's a partial implementation by Microsoft of NT cmd.exe that runs on 9x OSes and unlike command.com it can run from inside bash. There are several versions and they can be found online quite easily. The following link has them all I believe: http://ftp.st.ryukoku.ac.jp/pub/ms-windows/cygwin-ports/porters/Wilson_Charles_S/consize/index.html I have uploaded the whole cygwin legacy archive I downloaded in 2013 as it can't be found online anymore (or it's very well hidden). I can't guarantee all packages are vanilla 98 compatible (the included mintty certainly isn't) but many should be I guess. Several versions of Rxvt are included. I'm using the non-unicode one, it doesn't require an x-server and should run OK on vanilla. A sample regedit to open it in any folder follows. REGEDIT4 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\Rxvt] @="Rxvt Here" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\Rxvt\command] @="C:\\cygwin\\bin\\rxvt.exe -sr -sl 10000 -fg grey -bg black -fn fixedsys -tn cygwin -e /bin/bash --login -c \"cd '%1'; exec bash -i\"" Cygwin-Legacy archive (Retrozilla friendly): https://www.mediafire.com/file/1bi5t27y76ne1dz/file (it's an unregistered account so the file might not stay for too long) Edited August 3, 2020 by loblo Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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