Waiting for tcsh login shell to terminate (via tcsh or perl)

Waiting for tcsh login shell to terminate (via tcsh or perl)

Post by Jeremy Betti » Tue, 01 Dec 1992 14:43:33




>    I want to call a script (preferably written in tcsh or perl)
>from my .login that executes code on logout.  How can I have such a
>script execute code when I logout and use nearly zero cpu until then?
>If I logout normally, the .logout file is the ideal place for this.
>However, the .logout doesn't get sourced on an autologout or a broken
>connection.

Does tcsh have a trap command like sh does?? If so then just put
trap "source .logout" 1 2 3 15 (any other exit conditions that you might get)
This might be just wasting space since I don't know anything about tcsh but
that is how I get a .logout file to work under bs with exit code 0.  Normal
circumstances.
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1. Is .login read if I run tcsh via rsh?

Hi!

I have a question which I haven't been able to solve using manpages.
When I run tcsh on a remote computer (where I have an account) using the
rsh command it seems that the .login file isn't read. The command I use
is:
        rsh peru -n xterm -display viator:0.0 -name peru -title peru -fn
        -misc-fixed-bold-r-normal--15-120-100-100-c-90-iso8859-1 -sb
        -sl 128 -geometry 80x28+230+175 &

My login shell, as defined in /etc/passwd is tcsh. If I login in
normally, via telnet or rlogin, all's fine. What's the problem? Is it rsh
or what?

Thanks,
Max
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