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Old 11-08-2004, 03:40 PM   #1
lbabey
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Where is the.cshrc file in mandrake10.0?


Hi, can anybody tell me where this file is located in mandrake 10.0?
 
Old 11-08-2004, 03:55 PM   #2
kingscott
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I think Mandrake 10.0 sets you up to use the bash shell by default. If so, you should have a .bashrc file in your home directory (try 'more ~/.bashrc'). You can see if you have c-shell or tc-shell set up and ready to go by typing 'which csh' or 'which tcsh'. I'm guessing that if you're already set up to run these commands then the .cshrc file will be created in your home directory for you. Note that bash and c-shell have different scripting syntax (so the commands in the rc files will be slightly different).
 
  


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