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#ActualAphton

Posted 16 September 2012 - 07:45 AM

when i type telnet, it gives me this

C:\Users\aphton>telnet
'telnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.


When I use cmd normally (without setting anything or doing anything else fancy) I can open telnet.
Does it work on your system? It shouldnt either..

About the path variable - Im sorry I did a mistake. I tried to run a program, that my antivirus scanner removed due to some stupid heuristic. I didnt even know it was removed til i checked.
It works anyway.

Btw Im thinking of replacing cmd by consolium ^^ Ill mainly use consolium now

Edit:
About the tricky exit thing: When i start cmd within consolium, I can exit it and continue doing stuff on the consolium (since that cmd handle I guess is still available). When I exit again, I cant type in or do anything. That may mean that the cmd handle you are using probably internally is invalid / got destroyed - One way might be to react to that to close your app?

#6Aphton

Posted 16 September 2012 - 07:44 AM

when i type telnet, it gives me this

C:\Users\aphton>telnet
'telnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.


When I use cmd normally (without setting anything or doing anything else fancy) I can open telnet.
Does it work on your system? It shouldnt either..

About the path variable - Im sorry I did a mistake. I tried to run a program, that my antivirus scanner removed due to some stupid heuristic. I didnt even know it was removed til i checked.
It works anyway.

Btw Im thinking of replacing cmd by consolium ^^ Ill mainly use consolium now

Edit:
About the tricky exit thing: When i start cmd within consolium, I can exit it. And continue doing stuff on the consolium (since that cmd handle I guess is still available). When I exit again, I cant type in or do anything. That may mean that the cmd handle you are using probably internally is invalid / got destroyed - One way might be to react to that to close your app?

#5Aphton

Posted 16 September 2012 - 07:44 AM

when i type telnet, it gives me this

C:\Users\aphton>telnet
'telnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.


When I use cmd normally (without setting anything or doing anything else fancy) I can open telnet.
Does it work on your system? It shouldnt either..

About the path variable - Im sorry I did a mistake. I tried to run a program, that my antivirus scanner removed due to some stupid heuristic. I didnt even know it was removed til i checked.
It works anyway.

Btw Im thinking of replacing cmd by consolium ^^ Ill mainly use consolium now

Edit:
About the tricky exit thing: When i start cmd within consolium, I can exit it. And continue doing stuff on the consolium (since that cmd handle I guess is still available). When I exit again, I cant type in or do anything. That may mean that the cmd handle you are using probably internally is invalid got destroyed - One way might be to react to that to close your app?

#4Aphton

Posted 16 September 2012 - 07:44 AM

when i type telnet, it gives me this

C:\Users\aphton>telnet
'telnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.


When I use cmd normally (without setting anything or doing anything else fancy) I can open telnet.
Does it work on your system? It shouldnt either..

About the path variable - Im sorry I did a mistake. I tried to run a program, that my antivirus scanner removed due to some stupid heuristic. I didnt even know it was removed til i checked.
It works anyway.

Btw Im thinking of replacing cmd by consolium ^^ Ill mainly use consolium now

Edit:
About the tricky exit thing: When i start cmd withing consolium, I can close it. And continue doign stuff on the consolium (since that cmd handle I guess is still available). When I exit again, I cant type in or do anything. That may mean that the cmd handle you are using probably internally is invalid got destroyed - One way might be to react to that to close your app?

#3Aphton

Posted 16 September 2012 - 07:43 AM

when i type telnet, it gives me this

C:\Users\aphton>telnet
'telnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.


When I use cmd normally (without setting anything or doing anything else fancy) I can open telnet.
Does it work on your system? It shouldnt either..

About the path variable - Im sorry I did a mistake. I tried to run a program, that my antivirus scanner removed due to some stupid heuristic. I didnt even know it was removed til i checked.
It works anyway.

Btw Im thinking of replacing cmd by consolium ^^ Ill mainly use consolium now

Edit:
About the tricky exit thing: When i start cmd withing conslium, I can close it. And continue doign stuff on the consolium (since that cmd handle I guess is still available). When I exit again, I cant type in or do anything. That may mean that the cmd handle you are using probably internally is invalid got destroyed - One way might be to react to that to close your app?

#2Aphton

Posted 16 September 2012 - 07:37 AM

when i type telnet, it gives me this

C:\Users\aphton>telnet
'telnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.


When I use cmd normally (without setting anything or doing anything else fancy) I can open telnet.
Does it work on your system? It shouldnt either..

About the path variable - Im sorry I did a mistake. I tried to run a program, that my antivirus scanner removed due to some stupid heuristic. I didnt even know it was removed til i checked.
It works anyway.

Btw Im thinking of replacing cmd by consolium ^^ Ill mainly use consolium now

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