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Nevis Linux Cluster - Shells

Some comments on the UNIX shells available on the Nevis Linux cluster.
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  On the Redhat and Fedora Linux distributions in the cluster, bash and tcsh are always installed. sh and csh are not available separately; they're linked to bash and tcsh respectively. I try to also install zsh and ksh on each system as well, but they can be omitted. If you require either of these shells and they're not available on your machine, let me know and I'll install them.
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The Nevis-based commands setup and unsetup should work equally well under all the above shells, provided you have initialized your environment correctly.
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The Nevis-based commands setup and unsetup should work equally well under all the above shells, provided you have initialized your environment correctly.
  As you try to understand how your shell environment is set up, it may be helpful to know the initialization procedure that's performed everytime you start a shell, given the Redhat and Nevis extensions:
 
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