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Old 06-26-2007, 04:52 PM   #1
jhwilliams
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tcsh: forward $cwd to remote hosts on login


Hello,

I have an NFS mounted home directory on a server, hostname1. My shell is on NFS, we use tcsh.
My workstation is hostname2.
when I rsh to hostnam3, an AIX, IRIX, whatever-have-you compute server, my cwd becomes my home directory, /home/jameson. I would much prefer that when I rsh'd to such machines, I was able to keep my current working directory! Any ideas?

Thanks,
Jameson
 
  


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