Bruce, I execute the "exec bash --login" command because I prefer bash(1) over csh(1). The installation shell-scripts should all be executed by sh(1) -- so it's unlikely that the user's shell would make a difference. > Thanks, Steve! I'll run the "make root-actions" ASAP. I've been doing LDM > installs for a number of years now and I have never seen or used the 'exec > bash --login' command. Is this command used to compile ldm in a bash > environment when the user shell is in csh? > > Bruce > -- > > Bruce Haynie, NW5S > Electronic Systems Analyst > National Weather Service > Lubbock, TX > address@hidden Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: EGH-413691 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Open
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