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run tcsh but bash started instead

I tried to start a tcsh on my Fedora 7 (default shell is bash) [ss@ssvm ~]$ tcsh [ss@ssvm ~]$ echo $SHELL /bin/bash As you see, another bash shell started. I looked at the tcsh file: [ss@ssvm ~]$ ...
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how to set up new keybinding for finding last command executed using the first few characters of the command in csh

I want to be able to use Ctrl+R to have reverse-i search. Also if I press Shift+Up Arrow after typing the first few characters of a recently executed command then the shell should complete the command ...
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How to start tab suggestions in csh?

In a different distro of linux I had bash tab suggestions enabled. Now I am using Konsole with csh on my pc. how do we enable tab completion in csh? By tab suggestions I mean that if I type /home/...
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linux text editor for windows

can somebody recommend a good Linux text editor for Windows (if it exists), I wrote scripts for C-Shell using txt editor of windows but I have problem, it doesn't run because windows is not UNIX, what ...
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tcsh `cd` always issues a printout of `$PWD`. How do I disable this?

Someone in IT thought it would be a good idea to modify the default behavior of the command cd in our tcsh environment. As of Monday the "upgraded" version of cd always prints out $PWD after it ...
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getting error while doing cat command “Ambiguous output redirect.”

while executing cat test.txt | java myfile > test1.txt 2> test2.txt I am getting error "Ambiguous output redirect." my java file contains System.out and System.err . I am in Unix csh ...
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How do I set $ variables in unix?

For example there is a long path that I cd to very often. How do I store the path in a variable so that I can use it everytime? For example: I wan to be able to do this cd $path instead of cd /a/...
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Is there a way to escape single-quotes in the shell?

E. g. I want to say perl -e 'print '"'"'Hello, world!'"'"', "\n";' Is there a less awkward way to do it, e. g. escaping single-quotes? Yes, I know that I can write perl -e 'print q[Hello, world!],...