[lug] Idea for a new tutorial....maybe???
jstarkey at polaris.umuc.edu
Sat Apr 8 18:49:37 MDT 2000
What's the difference between TERM=vt100 (yours) and TERM=linux (mine). I
remember using vt100 back before the web to setup my Mac Classic. But it's
been a while.
HISTSIZE, is that the arrow key, command history setting.
Man, I got a lot of questions this weekend. Thanks.
On Sat, 8 Apr 2000, JEFF PFOHL wrote:
> First what is IN my ENV:
> /home/pfohl> env
> EXINIT=set redraw wm=8
> OK a few quick comments on setting the ENV:
> You will note there is a LOT going on here. You set some stuff from
> your web browser (WWW_HOME for instance). I actually set this in my
> .cshrc. A lot is established when you set up your system (host name,
> OSTYPE, LANG, etc). The path is one of the main things you alter. I
> have my PATH defined in my .login with a simple
> set path=( PATH STUFF)
> I also set my editor in my .login (not sure if this is necessary, I've
> just always done it.)
> setenv EDITOR emacs
> The display can also be altered if you need to send an x-window
> somewhere else which allows you to (xhost +). A few are defined in
> /etc/passwd including the group and pwd.
> I also have some special programs NGRF which have their own .ngrfrc
> # .ngrfrc
> # Define path and variables for the use of NGRF(LIPHA) package.
> # Source the file in .cshrc or .login.
> # An environment variable for the home directory of NGRF
> set NGRF_DIR = /usr/local/ngrf
> setenv SYM_DIR $NGRF_DIR/lib
> setenv EFF_DIR /usr/local/ngrf/effic
> # Add $NGRF_DIR/bin to the searching path
> set path = ($path $NGRF_DIR/bin)
> unset NGRF_DIR
> Does that help a little? not exactly a tutorial but instead just a
> quick walk through some of what I have.
> JEFF PFOHL
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