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Re: [opensuse] Which Shell do I Have?
  • From: Doug McGarrett <dmcgarrett@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 05 Dec 2006 17:29:41 -0500
  • Message-id: <0J9T00629NT22KR1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
At 05:09 AM 12/5/2006 -0800, Kai Ponte wrote:
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>I'm trying to run FlightGear. I saw an article -
>http://applications.linux.com/applications/06/11/20/0533247.shtml?tid=8tid=
49
>- on Linux.com yesterday about it and was reminded. I think I had it on my
>9.3 system then forgot about it until now.
>
>Looking, I didn't see any installation for it under 10.1 so I installed it
>from source. (I didn't realize something could still take 20 minutes to
>comple, as the main program did.)
>
>In the instructions, it tells me to make some environment variable changes.
>However, it has one set for a Borne Shell and another set for a C shell.
>
>Which do I have?
>
>--
>kai
>www.perfectreign.com || www.4thedadz.com
>
Unless you have deliberately changed it, SuSE defaults to the Bourne Again
Shell, or BASH.

--doug

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