pesky bash shell error every time I log in
I'm running in bash shell and every time I log in I get this "bash: setenv: command not found" error. I checked my .bashrc and bash_profile files and there are no setenv commands anywhere so I don't know why I keep getting this error. I have a couple seperate shell scripts in my home directory that are written in tcsh that have setenv commands in them but I wouldn't think that bash would execute them every time I log in. There are no calls to these scripts in my .bashrc or .bash_profile files either so I'm at a loss as to how to get rid of this error. The error doesn't really affect anything but it is annoying. Anyone have any ideas?