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Hi,

Werner,

That's true that I forgot to completely test your solution but i'm a newbie on Unix and the other solution seems to be more explicit.

Thanks,
Richard
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Thanks pyxos

I appreciate coming back on my question. I just wanted to make sure I didn't misunderstand what you are doing.
As I pointed out, you don't have to source scripts at runtime. Like your csh invokes .login, ksh is using .profile at login time and .env for each shell you open. So modifying .env will automate your setup of the kshell.

Good luck

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Forgot the answer:-)
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