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I have pretty similar settings as you do running emacs-nox on linux over SSH from a windows host with mintty. With the default settings, you can try holding shift and dragging the mouse over the region you want to copy and it will automatically copy to system clipboard. Some settings to verify that this will work as I described is to check mintty options: ...


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I just recently wrote an Emacs package called Clipetty which solves this very problem. It uses OSC-52 xterm escape sequences, is smart enough to know when you're running on a remote host, and can deal with both nested and non-nested terminal multiplexers like GNU Screen and Tmux. The README.md file explains in more detail how it works.


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The problem ended up being in my .bashrc file in my home directory. The issue was the PS1 value under the case "$TERM" in clause had somehow been modified. I changed this value to PS1='${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)}\u@\h:\w\$ ' to reset it back to the default.


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