Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting how to convert from csh to sh Post 302579028 by ahamed101 on Sunday 4th of December 2011 02:53:55 AM
Why don't you run it with csh?
Code:
/usr/bin/csh <your script>

Or is it that you don't have csh? If so, you can try this...
Code:
archinfo=( $( $installdir/bin/get_arch -r -c -t ) )
export ARCH=${archinfo[1]}
export CMIARCH=${archinfo[2]}
export mraarch=${ARCH}
export TMIARCH=${CMIARCH}
export OMP_NUM_THREADS=""
export KMP_BLOCKTIME=""
export LANG=""
export LC_ALL=""
ulimit -c 0

HTH
--ahamed
 
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