None of our Unix command line utilities will work in 64 bit windows anymore. In order to be able to continue to use some old batch files (and the utilities they call), we would like to find some new versions of (eg) grep, awk, sed, head, tail etc. We'd rather not have to run them inside some kind of shell emulation but rather just at the command prompt.
Is there some kind of utility which can be run to fool the (probably 16 bit) unix utilities that they are not running in 64bit?
I guess that ultimately, I will have to re-write these lengthy scripts in PowerShell or somesuch.
Thanks for your help.