Getting to prompt with GitBash in Windows 7
I have downloaded and installed Git for windows from this Google code page and have followed this excellent tutorial to install Git on my Windows 7 machine. I have also correctly established my SSH keys and have linked them to my Github account. I can successfully clone repositories using Gitbash which verifies my keys are set up correctly. However, when running Git Bash from the start menu, I get a blinking cursor and can’t see the prompt.
Thanks in advance for your help.
P.S. First question ever on stackoverflow 🙂 Sorry for any mistakes.
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Just released from the github team is github for windows. I think this will get you closer to having a git and windows working together.
To avoid any issue with your current environment, try to uncompress the portable version of mysysgit:
And launch (or make a shortcut to):
<path to git1.7.10>/git-bash.bat