we are using CentOS 6.9 and one of my users has run into an error where if they login, the screen will be frozen until they press Ctrl+C. The same thing happens when they exit. It also happens when I am root, and su - as the troublesome user. The user uses tcsh but I haven't seen any other user with tcsh suffer this problem
[root@boop] # su - troublesome_user (hangs until terminate) ^C[troublesome_user@boop ~]$ exit logout (hangs until terminate) ^C [root@boop] #
I'm most familiar with bash so I checked for .bash_profile and .bash_rc but I now know that tcsh uses a different set of .profile files. I've looked into their .cshrc files and didn't notice anything strange.
Here's the contents:
setenv LC_ALL C set path = ($path /nfs/bin)
Anyone have any clue if there's any feature of tcsh that might cause this?