March 11, 2003 7:09PM
edited January 2014
Every time I start up the terminal, it says this:
Last login: Mon Mar 10 18:36:21 on console
Welcome to Darwin!
/sw/bin/init.csh: No such file or directory.
Now--what is this, and how can I stop the terminal from looking for it?
Reply 1 of 2
March 11, 2003 8:17PM
ok, you can hush the top line by doing this in terminal:
the second line is from /etc/motd. you can edit that file to change that message (or empty the file for no message). i'm not sure, but the ~/.hushlogin may suppress this 'message of the day' as well.
and the last is from <a href="
; target="_blank">fink</a>. fink is a wonderful program. you could install fink to get rid of that line. if u dont want fink, u have to find if u have a .cshrc, or a .tcshrc. if you don't know what these files are try doing this:
[code]ls ~/.tcshrc ~/.cshrc;</pre><hr></blockquote>
and see which one shows up without a file not found error. edit that file (probably with TextEdit if ur not familiar with terminal, or emacs, pico, vi, or vim if u are) and take out the line similar to this (probably the last line in the file):
Reply 2 of 2
March 12, 2003 12:38AM
I used pico...thanks a lot for clearing that up.