I had the same problem, because earlier I installed "GitHub Desktop", then I installed
chocolatey. The fact is that, the
cmder determines the installed
git because installed "GitHub Desktop", you can check it with
where env command, the output is approximately:
(Possibly you have not installed "GitHub Desktop", but another cut version of
But in this directory some files are missing, in particular "locale.exe".
cmdred at startup performs the task described in
init.bat, and there is a section for localization where the file locale.exe is use.
cmder does not find file, and rightly informs you about this.
There are different ways to solve this problem.
- As an example, you can install the full
git on a virtual machine and simply copy the file
to your directory
The main thing is that the
git bitness matches (e.g. 64 on your and virtual machine).
Alternatively, you can install another version of
git using e.g.
chocolatey and edit the system variable PATH, so that cmder will use it.
Or edit the start task
cmder, having tried to disable locale.exe search
Maybe you can install full version
cmder wich include