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Re: dtterm doesnt appear after mounting with the new NAS server

 
Occasional Advisor

Re: dtterm doesnt appear after mounting with the new NAS server

Hi All,
After i switch one of user from Bourne Shell to C shell and they are ok. I will very again and update.
Thanks.
Ken
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: dtterm doesnt appear after mounting with the new NAS server

>After I switch one of user from Bourne Shell to the scummy C shell and they are ok.

No Bourne shell here. Most likely the Posix shell and having problems locking the NFS history file.
Occasional Advisor

Re: dtterm doesnt appear after mounting with the new NAS server

Hi All,
after i export HISTFILE to /tmp from /etc/profile, now $ appears right away. Thanks for your help.
However, i still have other problem:
i couldn't run other application that i could run before such as:
/opt/hp9300/soc/prod_env/bin/HPSmarTest -o

After i typed, it just stuck right there. I check ps -ef|grep hp, but hp processes are running (usually, there are a lot of hp processes that run after the command). I need to type ^C to cancel.
is there any shell setup that i need to change?
Thanks.
Ken
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: dtterm doesnt appear after mounting with the new NAS server

>I couldn't run other application that I could run before such as:
>/opt/hp9300/soc/prod_env/bin/HPSmarTest

Sorry, I'm not sure what it does? Something to do with disk drives?
Occasional Advisor

Re: dtterm doesnt appear after mounting with the new NAS server

Hi,
It is an application that controls some instruments that are connected to the WS through optical wires. You guys may not know that.
If i change the shell default to C shell, login and i could run that script without error or hang up.
But if i just type csh from the Posix shell. I couldn't run that.

Ken
Honored Contributor

Re: dtterm doesnt appear after mounting with the new NAS server

If i change the shell default to C shell, login and i could run that script without error or hang up.
But if i just type csh from the Posix shell. I couldn't run that.

Confusing ...

Can you detail if at present any shell works with the application AND how or what commands you used to perform this.

Thought : add set -x to script ... maybe shows some clues ?