The C shell (csh), once one of the two major Unix shells with the Bourne shell. Csh had more advanced interactive feature but has been surpassed by modern Bourne-style shells such as zsh and bash.

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How do I create a rule for custom flag replacement with C shell?

I want to have the following behavior with grep: grep --java <rest of the command> Where --java would either dynamically convert to --include=*.java or internally be equivalent to it. Is ...
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CSH and all output (with errors) to file

I need save all output from compilation to file. I have many errors "undefined reference" and I want see all of these errors. I try "makeall >& out", but in file "out" aren't any of error "...
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C Shell: different actions depending on the file type

I very new to C Shell. I am trying to read a file from the command line, and determine whether it's a zip file, a .txt, a symbloic link, a pipe, or whatever ("unknown"). Then I'd like to execute a ...
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parametric aliases in csh to add export command

I'm trying to find a way to translate functions to csh/tcsh aliases, since they lack functions but have parametric aliases. As a first step I'm trying to create an export command. Here's what I've ...
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Writing a simple rc.d script in FreeBSD

I would like to run the ELK stack in a FreeBSD Jail on an FreeNAS host. I have a hard time to get an simple init/rc.d script to work. #!/bin/sh . /etc/rc.subr name=logstash rcvar=logstash_enable ...
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How do I start smbclient from a script in Linux?

I want to be able to quickly start smbclient to a specific directory without typing or copying it to the shell command line, but just sticking it in a script doesn't seem to work... #!/bin/csh ...
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how to make sure csh won't mess up your tcsh history timestamps?

I use tcsh as my default shell. Sometimes, I run csh (e.g., for testing), and it messes up my savehist history file, particularly, the timestamps -- lots of events end up appearing under the exact ...
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make ${m} ARCH=${ARCH} >&! Make_${m}

I am new player in Linux. In this command (C shell script) make ${m} ARCH=${ARCH} >&! Make_${m} what does >&! mean?
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Unwanted question mark appended to directory name when using mkdir

I am unsure why when I use mkdir -p $fbase an unwanted ? is appended to the name of the directory (27obs87St01Rec1?) . I have followed similar threads and ran cat -A filename to see if there are ...
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csh: Terminal inherits environment variables from an unknown location

I'm on a shared machine running CentOS 5.10 that I log onto using VNC from Windows 7. Our default and official shell is csh. Every time I open a new terminal, I have three particular environment ...
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CSH - How to check if input is NOT number

Please help, I can only see forums with this question for Bash, KSH, and others Need to apply it on csh. to check if the inputted $2 is not number nor the word "all" if ($#argv == 2 && ($2 !...
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Avoid pgrep in csh

I got that code foreach pr (`pgrep "$NAME"`) And I try to avoid pgrep: foreach pr (`grep "$NAME" | awk '{$2}'`) but that does not really work. (later with that pr should be the PID printed out ...
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csh: Get rid of job+PID when forking

With bash I can run: $ ssh bashuser@localhost '( ls -d / nosuchfile ) & echo foo; wait' foo ls: cannot access nosuchfile: No such file or directory / If I try the same with csh I get: $ ssh ...
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unix c-shell : disk checking

im totally new in shell scripting. I have task to simplify an old c shell script. Basically, the script have 10 devices that using hp-ux and i want to check the disk space in each devices. my ...
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C shell. Make script wait for Gnome-terminal to finish

I am working on a script that has to process a lot of data. All comes down to 3 commands. I use: #!/bin/csh gnome-terminal -e "ssh $servername1 'command 1'" & gnome-terminal -e "ssh $servername2 ...
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Adding corresponding elements from two arrays into new array using csh shell?

I want to use a csh script to merge corresponding elements of two arrays into another array. My script gives error as:- arrayfinal[1]: No match. the results is 0 0 0 0 0 my script is #!/bin/csh ...
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Piping to 'tee' commands prevents changes in environment variables

I have a csh script using which I modify certain environment variables and echo values of these environment variables from within this script. I source this from another script: source "$...
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Setting environment variable using shell script

I am using csh scripts for some automation purpose. I have a number of scripts, and the beginning of all of which I need to set a fixed set of environment variables. |----SCRIPT 1---| |----SCRIPT ...
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csh: redirecting output from foreach

In csh: How do I redirect the output from a foreach-loop to a pipe? This works but uses a temp file: set tmpfile=/tmp/file ...
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csh: How to save the shell environment (env, current dir, shell history) in a file and set it on another shell?

I start interactive terminal using farm (LSF). These terminals get opened on some random host and get closed automatically after 15 days. I want to save the current shell environment (env, current ...
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How to install iwidgets without root access and set the enviornment

Recently, I want to run a script (PWgui) which requires Tcl (Itk). The manual suggests that I have to install iwidgets4 beforehand. I am using the university cluster and don't have any root privileges....
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Verbose output in logfile and simple output on screen?

Let's say I have the following script: script.sh and i want the verbose output in a logfile and simple output on screen. Logfile should contain the csh -v script.sh output, and on the screen should ...
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alias Not able to execute source command

I am trying to define a following alias in my .aliases file. alias sett 'cleartool setview viewXYZ_!*; cd /path_dir1/dir2/; source ./env/script-name' I use it as sett myview on commnd prompt when I ...
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Properly defining a multi-line prompt in tcsh

I am trying to configure my prompt in tcsh to make it multi-line (i.e having one line provide system info, and the next line the one where I type commands). Currently I have the following: set ...
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Why alias could not be found in the shell

I was trying to set the alias for command: {cutadapt -O 24 -q 19,19 -m 30 -g TATAGAATTCGCGGCCGCTCGCGATAATACGACTCACTATAGGGCGTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT -g ...
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Unix -untar files only looping one time - C-shell

I have list of *.tar.gz files that I want to unzip and untar at once. The code: foreach summ (`ls *.tar.gz`) gunzip -d < $summ | tar xf - end But only one file has been untarred. How would ...
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Escape special chars in csh alias

I want to create an alias for the following thing: diff -r <dir1> <dir2>| grep diff | grep -v "Files " | grep -v "\.git" \ | awk '{print "tkdiff " $3 " " $4}' I am getting lost with ...
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Help me with C-shell Script: Disk checking

i am new in shell script. i have given a task to make a C-shell script. I have list of ip address and device name respectively. For example; cal 1 : 100.21.25.10 cal 2 : 100.21.25.11 cal 3 : 100.21....
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why are directories which are empty not removed after rmdir?

foreach file (`find . | awk -F/ 'NF == 3'`) echo $file set olddir = `echo $file| cut -f 1-3 -d '/'` echo $olddir set newdir = `echo $olddir | cut -c 1-2,5-` echo $newdir mkdir -p $newdir ...
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Adding strings in front of the prompt

I am trying to add an additional string in front of the 'login' names that I usually see in my terminal. Currently, this is what I am seeing, where 'zac' is my user alias and 'titem' is my machine ...