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Fixing tcsh in OS X 10.2.x


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Strangely, Apple changed the default tcsh configuration in Jaguar. The shipping configuration is largely hobbled and unusable. To restore tcsh's behaviour to the previous (10.1.x) usable.defaults, issue these commands:
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sudo -s
echo "source /usr/share/tcsh/examples/rc" >> /etc/csh.cshrc
echo "source /usr/share/tcsh/examples/login" >> /etc/csh.login
echo "source /usr/share/tcsh/examples/logout" >> /etc/csh.logout
exit
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