Using CSH

Hi! I'm trying to use CSH as the main shell, but the Linux version I'm using ( redhat 6.0 ) seems to work only with the Born again shell.

The first line of my shell file is
#!/bin/csh

but I still get a BASH error..Can anyone tell me how to set up the system so that I can use the C Shell??
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ahoffmannCommented:
csh is not part of linux, usually
but tcsh is, so simpla make a link named /bin/csh pointing to tcsh
(Keep in mind that tcsh cannot use -f and -b option together)
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