CygTerm+ setup file
cygterm.cfg is a configuration file. This includes definitions for the command lines of a terminal emulator and a shell, and several parameters.
cygterm.cfg is loaded from the same directory cygterm.exe exists in.
An example of cygterm.cfg
TERM = C:\program files\ttermpro\ttermpro.exe %s %d /KR=SJIS /KT=SJIS
TERM_TYPE = vt100
PORT_START = 20000
PORT_RANGE = 40
SHELL = /bin/bash
ENV_1 = MAKE_MODE=unix
ENV_2 = HOME=/home
This is the command line to execute a terminal emulator.
Specify the full path to the command if it isn't in Windows search path.
This needs to be described `%s' and `%d' for the host and port number.
This terminal type is adopted when the terminal emulator did not give
a terminal type. (default: vt100) Then this value is set to the
environment variable TERM on a shell.
This is the minimum TCP port number allowed for use. (default: 20000)
This is the maximum number of TCP ports allowed for use. (default: 40)
cygterm.exe looks for an unused port number between PORT_START and
PORT_START+PORT_RANGE, and therefore can be run concurrently as many
as this number.
This is the command line to execute a shell in Cygwin side (normally
/bin/bash). (default: get from /etc/passwd)
Specify the full path to the shell or keyword "AUTO".
This is the environment variable to be set when starting the shell.
It should be of the form `name=value' (like putenv). It is possible to
give as many environment variables as needed by beginning with "ENV_".
If this parameter is set to yes, shell is invoked as a login shell.
If this parameter is set to yes, current directory is changed to home
directory before invoke a shell. (default: no)
Specify the timeout of socket for waiting telnet connection from Tera Term.
(default: 5 secs)