sudo bash mkdir /var/vtm cp vtm /var/vtm/ cp vtmd /var/vtm/ ln -s /var/vtm/vtm /usr/bin/vtm ln -s /var/vtm/vtmd /usr/bin/vtmd
sudo bashin the script is redundant. The script itself will need to be run with
vtm.conffile from the current directory is used. The name of the region is taken from it.
Is there anything new on VTM?
It is now possible to create a pseudo console (ConPTY) in Windows Server 2019.
It didn't work as Windows Server adds a null byte to the end of the cmd or powershell console window title (Windows 10 doesn't do that)
Win10 behavior (cmd.exe title):
WinSrv behavior (cmd.exe title +
Pseudo console was not created because of this zero byte at the end.
VTM works on Windows Terminal with powershell
Oh! I just figured out what that means. The fact is that I use a modified Windows Terminal in which the mouse works in all modes. And I didn't get that when you wrote about using PowerShell. Thanks for the tip.
It takes a few lines of source code changes to get Windows Terminal to start tracking the mouse for classic console applications
This is a temporary hack.