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Catching SIGUSR in a csh/tcsh script

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Hi

I have a script to be run in bash which uses the "trap" command to trap a SIGUSR1 hardware signal.

I want to convert it to csh/tcsh. "onintr", the csh equivalent of trap, only seems to catch SIGINT or maybe one or two others like SIGTERM/SIGKILL but not SIGUSR1.

How can I catch SIGUSR1?

Thanks
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