On Mon, 12 Oct 2015 23:10:52 +0200
Magnus Therning <mag...@therning.org> wrote:

> > <https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-t3lMmRqdYW4/VhvsEnpuRWI/AAAAAAAAADQ/itQVD6zeFIA/s1600/GIt%2Bmees.png>
> > This is what I got...(Hope I did it right...). The git version is 
> > 2.6.1.windows.1
> All we see there is that you can't run `mount`. I suspect you'll have
> more luck with an image of your attempt to actually run `git`.

My take on this is that your suggestion won't add anything: the
contents of the PATH env. variable suggests the crucial bits of the GfW
installation are not there, and hence the Git entry binary (script in
GfW? -- I can't remember) simply won't be found.

I have no idea why the environment in the OP's case looks the way it
looks, though.

My take is that he did not install GfW "as is" but rather it came
bundled with some other software package, and is just broken when the
user tries to use it outside of that package.

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