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Old 09-24-2007, 05:55 PM   #1
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csh and issue with '411toppm"

Hello, I am new to the group and just started to search around
this great site. Ill try to catch on to the threads and FAQ's.
Ive used unix a bit, but have never been too savy as an administrator.
Would anyone have a suggestion on a problem I have when I try to
go to 'csh' and I get a frozen window saying: 411toppm: Reading (64 x 48). I can finally get out of it by doing 'cntrl-c' but cant get
into the csh. Thanks for any tips you may have.


Old 09-25-2007, 11:29 AM   #2
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Check through the files which are read when csh starts. These are listed in the FILES section of the csh manual page. The most likely candidates are ~/.cshrc and ~/.login to my mind. I'd look for any reference to this 411toppm thing.


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