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Re: bash:csh:Command not found
Thanks for your replies. As per you replies i understand that csh/tcsh is
not installed for me. But I installed cygwin as per the instructions in the
manual. Can any one help me how to check whether all the scripts are
installed in Cygwin. Once again thanks for ur replies
Thorsten Kampe wrote:
> * ram001 (Sat, 20 Jan 2007 16:26:02 -0800 (PST))
>> I am new to cygwin. when I am working on cygwin. I created a directory
>> Scripts byusing mkdir Scripts in Cygwin. After that I created a csh file
>> inside the Scripts directory by using cat > Creator.csh. In this file i
>> my C shell script. When I am trying to execute the script by using the
>> Creator.csh.It is throwing me an error like
>> bash:csh:command not found. I hope my shell is set default to Bash . how
>> run my csh script.
> Well, I would actually first verify that you installed tcsh/csh.
> Having people tell you that you are unable to run csh scripts because
> you don't have csh is kind of errm embarassing.
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