According to Aherne Peter-pahern02:
>> Ok, say I have a script, user runs script there is an option of servers to log into, they select a server, the script then does the login but I still want to run things for this user on the other server without having to get every user to edit there respective .login files or whatever. So what I basically have is a case.
>> case 1
> login to server1; run this
> case 2
> login to server2; run this2
>> I want to make life for the users as easy (idiot proof) as possible, essentially so they dont have to do anything or change there own accounts.
> Hope this makes sense.
Can't quite see what you're trying to achieve here, but how about modifying
the shell startup scripts for all users? I think csh runs /etc/login.csh or
thereabouts when you use it as a login shell, and /etc/cshrc if you're just
running an ordinary shell. Check your csh manpage to be sure.
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