- In csh, when a file that does not exist is specified by source command, path of the specified file is not displayed in "No such file or directory" message.
[root@localhost test]# cat a.csh #!/bin/csh source ./b.csh [root@localhost test]# ls a.csh [root@localhost test]# ./a.csh .: No such file or directory.
- Moreover, "No such file or directory" message is as follows for Japanese.
[root@localhost test]# ./a.csh /usr/share/locale/ja_JP.UTF-8/LC_MESSAGES/libc.mo:<snip>
- What is the root cause of this problem?
- Is there Workaround of this problem?
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3
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