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word too long..problem while sourcing .cshrc

I am setting my PATH & LD_LIBRARY_PATH through .cshrc file while sourcing it on a old shell i am getting the error word too long .and the changes which i anm doing doesn't get updated .

i am in a multi user environment so the only way to do the changes only for my shell is to do it that way.

can any one suggest any sollution to this problem

thanks in advance
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The error indicates that the environment variable you are trying to set is too long for this shell. Is there are way for you to switch to another shell - ksh, bash ? In you case probably you have more than 1024 characters in this variable.

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