I tried to install Cygwin (64 bit version) on my computer, and it went through hunky-dory until at the very end, autorebase.bat failed with exit code 1. I read through the logs and they weren't too helpful so I tried to run autorebase.bat on my own through a command line and I feel that the issue was Cygwin was trying to run the batch file from the wrong place, so it wasn't able to find dash (in cygwin/bin)
I manually ran autorebase.bat and it went through successfully.
My issue arises when I try to run zsh through the cygwin command prompt. This is what happens
as you can probably tell, the word garble isn't desirable. I have a feeling it's due to zsh not being set up properly, but I don't know how I'd go about fixing it.
The second part is, once I have zsh up and running thanks to you guys, How does one run it through a third-party CLI tool. like Cmder?
Whenever I try to start a new cmder window, I set the executable to be zsh, and it runs, but it's missing most of it's commands (ls for example).
Thanks for the help everyone, this is a huge learning experience for me, which is why my request(s) may seem odd.