*nix Documentation Project
·  Home
 +   man pages
·  Linux HOWTOs
·  FreeBSD Tips
·  *niX Forums

  FreeBSD Tips              
Tip: 11      Comments: 0
You can disable tcsh's terminal beep if you `set nobeep'.
Tip: 12      Comments: 0
If you `set watch = (0 any any)' in tcsh, you will be notified when
someone logs in or out of your system.
Tip: 13      Comments: 1
Nice tcsh prompt: set prompt = '%m %# '
Tip: 14      Comments: 1
Nice tcsh prompt: set prompt = '%n@%m%# '
Tip: 15      Comments: 1
Nice tcsh prompt: set prompt = '%n@%m:%~%# '
Tip: 16      Comments: 0
Nice tcsh prompt: set prompt = '%n@%m:%/%# '
Tip: 17      Comments: 0
Nice tcsh prompt: set prompt = '[%B%m%b] %B%~%b%# '
Tip: 18      Comments: 0
Simple tcsh prompt: set prompt = '%# '
Tip: 19      Comments: 0
If you want df(1) and other commands to display disk sizes in
kilobytes instead of 512-byte blocks, set BLOCKSIZE in your
environment to 'K'.  You can also use 'M' for Megabytes or 'G' for
Gigabytes.  If you want df(1) to automatically select the best size
then use 'df -h'.
Tip: 20      Comments: 0
To change an environment variable in tcsh you use: setenv NAME "value"
where NAME is the name of the variable and "value" its new value.
<<  [Prev]  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  [Next]  >>
Copyright © 2004-2005 DeniX Solutions SRL
newsletter delivery service