compchem@b104pc110:~> ls -l `which csh`
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 9 2010-04-26 18:41 /usr/bin/csh -> /bin/tcsh
users/compchem> echo $version
tcsh 6.14.00 (Astron) 2005-03-25 (x86_64-suse-linux) options wide,nls,lf,dl,al,kan,sm,color,filec
There is only an existing .bashrc not a .cshrc or .tcshrc, so I guess my only worry is .login.
Is it possible that some variables are unset by $g09root/g09/bsd/g09.login? What purpose does it serve?
It is used by the application software and as far as I can see it sets some more environment variables (apart form $g09root, $GAUSS_SCRDIR and $GV_DIR) but it doesn't reset anything.
Thank you! What you said makes sense. I changed the .profile accordingly and everything seems fine now (even with the csh / tcsh )
I'm not sure. It was in someone else's notes and it's probably a useless remnant. I will delete it and see what happens. (Probably nothing comparable to a train-smash...)
Thank you to the other contributers as well!
There is another issue, (and I think it is related to these env var's, otherwise I would've started a new thread):
There are actually 2 application programs, the one does the calculations, and the other is the viewer. I can start the calculation program from anywhere, but not the viewer. With the viewer I actually have to be in the directory where the script is kept, and this is slightly frustrating.
So, shouldn't I be able to run the viewer from any directory if my env is set correctly?
bin gv5.key gview.csh gvref lib Set_File_Protection.csh
data gview gview.exe help READMEs xglinfo
If I say ./gview being in the directory as above, then all is fine, but otherwise it doesn't recognise the command.
Must I add something to the PATH, or what?