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How to customize command completion in (t)csh?

i knew that it's related to complete built in command when you hit tab key. in the company, we have this xyz command complete | grep xyz xyz 'p/3/$$:1_$:2/' 'p/2/$abc_$:1/' ...
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How can my bash script inherit core limits from a C shell?

I'm using tcsh for my shell. I disable core dumps by running "limit core 0". Running a program that crashes from my shell, I can see that indeed no core dump is generated. Next I have a wrapper ...
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How to make auto complete available for directories in cdpath for tcsh?

I just learned the trick for setting up cdpath in tcsh and it looks pretty useful. However seems auto-complete of sub-folder names doesn't come with it, is there any trick available on that? It'd be ...
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csh: Every command returns “no match”

I'm on mac OSX mountain lion working with csh. I'm not quite sure what I did, but suddenly every standard unix command I run returns a "no match". Example: $ echo "Hello" echo: no match $ rm a.txt ...
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Transferring environment variable through SSH / quoting in bash/sh/csh/tcsh

I want to transfer an environment variable over SSH. The "correct" way is using SendEnv/~/.ssh/environment, but that requires the server to support AcceptEnv or PermitUserEnvironment, which it does ...
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In csh/tcsh, how can I incorporate literal curly braces into a command that's processed with eval?

To give more details, the situation is this. I'm trying to prepare modulefiles (i.e., of the type used by the environment-modules package) to set up environment and aliases for third-party software. ...
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How to set PATH to run programs outside of default path?

I'm working on a project on my school's linux servers. I have a program deep in a directory, we'll say it's ...
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How to open xterm shells with background colors based on topographic positioning?

I currently use an alias in csh/tcsh to open shells with specific window colors. Example: xterm -geometry 105x25 -font 8x13 -bc -bg #333 -fg #999 \!* & What I'd like to do is have one command ...
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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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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 ...