If you are currently running a version of the OpenWindows software earlier than Version 3.3, you may have set up your system to use the OPENWINHOME environment variable. It is no longer recommended that users set the OPENWINHOME environment variable, either by-hand or from a start-up file.
If you have set the OPENWINHOME environment variable in either the .profile or .cshrc file in your home directory, comment out the line or delete it altogether before running OpenWindows Version 3.3, or a later version.
To remove, or comment out, the OPENWINHOME environment variable in the .profile or .cshrc file:
If you are working in the .profile file, do Step 1; if you are working in the .cshrc file, do Step 2.
Save and quit the file.
Unset the OPENWINHOME environment variable (or log out and log back in).
If you are running the Bourne or Korn shell, do Step 1. If you are running the C shell, do Step 2.
In the Bourne or Korn shell, type:
$ unset OPENWINHOME
In the C shell, type:
example% unsetenv OPENWINHOME
Once you have unset the environment variable you are ready to run the OpenWindows software, as described in "1.6.1 Displaying the OpenWindows Software", in this chapter.