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Unix in Cmder

I accidentally backed out of the unix environment in cmder and now it displays the typical C:\ directories. Maybe it's getting late, but I don't remember how I set this up in the first place! Does anyone know how I can toggle back into it? I miss the $~!

3 Answers

That definitely helped! Looks like all I need to do is route the root path to my msysgit folder and run Git Bash from there. Thank you!

Winnie E Tibingana
Winnie E Tibingana
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Hi Joshua, Had you installed Git on your windows PC?

Hey Winnie, I have everything installed and was running git for a few weeks but never actually exited out of it until now. I believe I was running 'msysgit' and that's what I exited out of losing all of my Unix commands.

I can't seem to find any commands on google to get 'msysgit' running again.