Unix Tip #4330- January 18, 2014


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AUTOMATICALLY SET DISPLAY


To set automatically the DISPLAY
variable after rlogin (csh):

if (`who am i | wc -w` > 5) then
setenv DISPLAY `who am i | cut -d"(" -f2 | cut -d")" -f1`:0.0
endif

May vary from flavor to flavor

This tip generously supported by: labrache@gaulois.cad.cea.fr



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