Originally Posted by hamisngos
I have been give a task of replicating one of our production systems to create a test system.
I have been restricted to use c shell to set up its environment variables.
I am new to this my questions is how do i set environment variables for a particular user on c shell e.g ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_SID permanently for a particualar user i know in bash you edit the .bash_profile file.
What do i do for c shell?
For c shell you have .cshrc file in home. In this you have to set the environment variables.
1st backup the original and then modify.