can you help me further?
i want the xterm to remain open and act normal.
i did a man on 'read' and could not see how to keep the
xterm open so that I can work in that xterm for the next
several days normal-like.
> # Duibuqi for a simple question.
> # I want to run an xterm so that a named script (Expect) is
> # run but thereafter, I want the xterm to remain open.
> # I have tried variants of:
> # xterm -n myxterm -e </home/me/scriptname> &
> # scriptname runs, but then the xterm closes.
> Make a shell wrapper script:
> read nothing