Use and manipulate tcsh shell variables for fun and profit

Thursday, 28 August 2008, 12:26 AM EST

Tcsh, an enhancement of the original Berkeley UNIX C shell, is one of the most popular UNIX shells. This article looks at some of the power that tcsh brings to the table: it provides shell variables that make several regular tasks less time consuming, and it also brings in advanced security features like monitoring of users and their command histories. All commands and scripts described in this article have been tested with tcsh 6.15.

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