syntax error in maya6.5.bin


#1

Hello,
I’m just starting with Linux Redhat 9.0, I,ve installed maya6.5 but when I want to run the maya6.5.bin from the commmand shell I get this message:

 Maya6.5: line 23: syntax error near unexpected token `"$OSname"'
 Maya6.5: line 23: `switch ("$OSname") '
 
 Can anybody help me with this problem?
 
 This is the script:
#!/bin/csh -f
   #Tag 0x00C98a00
   #*
   #*+***********************************************************************
   #*
   #*  Module:
   #*	maya
   #*
   #*-***********************************************************************
   #*
   
   set maya_exec = maya.bin
   
   
   #
   #  Determine if launched from the desktop or a shell.  This will tell
   #  us how to display error messages later.
   #
   
   set tty = 1
   
   set $OSname = `/bin/uname -s`
   switch ("$OSname") 
   	case Linux:
   		set lib = lib
   		set lsFlags = '-l'
   		breaksw
   
   	case IRIX*:
   		set lib = lib32
   		set libn32 = 1
   		set lsFlags = '-Hl'
   		if ( -x /bin/tty ) then
   			if ( "`tty`" !~ /dev/* ) then
   				set tty = 0
   			endif
   		endif
   
   		set OSversion = `/bin/uname -r`
   		switch ( "$OSversion")
   			case 5.3:
   			case 6.[234]:
 			set errMsg = "This version of Maya will not run on Iri

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#2

your file is incomplete is why… try finding it on the install CD or contact AW support and ask them to mail you the file.


#3

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