1. Problem using TCSH as login shell
I'm aware of the basic differences between TCSH and CSH.
I've grown up with CSH as my login shell (for better and worse!),
but I've been attempting to migrate to TCSH...
I have a stand-alone SGI Indigo workstation (running IRIX 4.0.5--
yes, it's a bit outdated!) and I've installed TCSH version 6.07.02.
Everything works fine except for a few minor, annoying things:
1) When my login shell is CSH, I have no problem becoming super-user...
The response I get is:
and I go from there...no problem.
However, if I run TCSH and try the same thing, I get:
Cannot open /dev/tty
What does this error message mean? How can I correct this problem?
2) When I use TCSH as my login shell, I can't use the interrupt (^C)
or stop, etc (^Z). I realize that these settings can be set by
the "stty erase", "stty intr", etc. commands, but the strange thing
is that these things perform as expected when CSH is my login shell,
but don't work when TCSH is my login shell
(and I'm using the same .login file for both)
Any help with these (2) questions would be appreciated...thanks in advance.
Fran Maurais, LOGICON Syscon, Inc.
Groton,CT: phone:(860)449-1829 // fax:(860)449-1938
NUWC,NPT : phone:(401)832-7800 x0 // fax:(401)832-7829
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