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Hi folks, Ubuntu 7.04 desktop I can't find the captioned command. On Terminal $ which setenv No printout # man setenv No manual entry for setenv,. I have tcsh and ...
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    Where is setenv command


    Hi folks,


    Ubuntu 7.04 desktop


    I can't find the captioned command. On Terminal

    $ which setenv
    No printout

    # man setenv
    No manual entry for setenv,.


    I have tcsh and libextutilis_f77_perl installed.

    On Terminal;

    $ tcsh
    ubuntu704:-> which setenv
    setenv: shell built-in command.


    I need to run following commands on Terminal;
    $ xhost server_ip
    $ ssh server_ip

    ( remark:
    $ echo $DISPLAY (after connection - server)
    localhost:10:0

    $ echo $DISPLAY (local)
    :0.0 )

    $ setenv DISPLAY local_ip:10.0
    $ xterm


    I tried couple days unable to make server application displayed locally. Server connected but X forwarding fails with warning;
    Code:
    Gtk-Warning ** cannot open display:

    Pleae advise. TIA


    Remark:
    X11Forwarding yes


    B.R.
    satimis

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    I think its a command built into the shell because on FC7, I can use it and read its man page (which is provided by the man-pages package) but I can't find it in my path.
    Last edited by daark.child; 10-04-2007 at 08:15 AM. Reason: typos

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    Quote Originally Posted by daark.child View Post
    I think its a comand built into the shell because on FC7, I can use it and read its man page (which is provided by the man-pages package) it but I can't find it in my path.
    It is quite funny here. Even no manual found.

    $ man setenv
    No manual entry for setenv

    even after running
    $ tcsh


    satimis

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