[GE users] setting xterm
Jerry.Mersel at weizmann.ac.il
Wed Apr 7 09:40:28 BST 2010
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No I haven't tried that, but its a good idea.
and Best regards,
"Rebellion against tyranny is obedience to Gd."
> On Wed, 2010-04-07 at 07:50 +0300, mlmersel wrote:
>> Yes exactly. To give them the X terminal that they want.
> Have you tried just using a simple wrapper?
> eg, in the gridengine config
> xterm /our/path/xterm-wrapper
> And inside of 'xterm-wrapper' something like this:
> if [ -r $HOME/.sgeXterm ]
> read userXterm < $HOME/.sgeXterm
> ## or:
> # userXterm=`sed -ne '1s/^[ \t]*\([^ \t]*\).*
> $/\1/p' .$HOME/.sgeXterm`
> [ -x "$userXterm" ] && xterm=$userXterm
> exec $xterm $@
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