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Where can i find egetty ? TB-14R pwd /usr/ports TB-14R make search key=egetty TB-14R...

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    Where can i find egetty ?

    TB-14R pwd
    /usr/ports
    TB-14R make search key=egetty
    TB-14R
    Gert Guest

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    On Apr 10, 2005 1:04 AM, Gert Cuykens <com> wrote: 

    http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/ports.cgi?query=egetty&stype=all&release=5-STABLE%2Fi386
    Gert Guest

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    Gert
    I see you are using pwd command to display where in directory tree
    you currently pointing
    There is a way to configure FBSD to display the directory path as a
    prefix in front of the command line so you know where you are at in
    the directory tree at all times, thus eliminating the need to use
    the pwd command.
    Issue following command from command line

    set prompt = "# %/ >" # that's "#space%/space>"


    /root/.cshrc gets executed when you log on as root. Find and change
    the set prompt command in .cshrc to the one above and you will never
    have to use the pwd command again.




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    Subject: egetty

    Where can i find egetty ?

    TB-14R pwd
    /usr/ports
    TB-14R make search key=egetty
    TB-14R
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    On Apr 10, 2005 4:47 AM, com <com> wrote: 

    No its to long then :)
    Gert Guest

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    On Sun, Apr 10, 2005 at 06:50:38AM +0200, Gert Cuykens wrote: 
    >
    > No its to long then :)[/ref]

    In bash, there is the ability to have it show just the current
    directories name instead of the whole path, I use this for my shell to
    cut down on space. Does (t)csh have this as well?
     

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    On Mon, Apr 11, 2005 at 01:26:43AM -0700, Loren M. Lang wrote:

    [...] 

    A quick look at the man-page for tcsh reveals: "%c" eg:

    set prompt="%c%# "

    Have a look for yourself to discover the myriad options available.
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