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No, you don’t want to use -i because you’re not launching an interactive shell. That is, this shell will not be connected to a terminal that the user can type in. It is instead going to be connected to a pipe so that Emacs can read whatever it prints. Removing the -i option will prevent Bash from trying to use inappropriate ioctls on the stdout and stdin, ...


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