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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Activate all Linux services script Post 302340105 by Dax01 on Sunday 2nd of August 2009 02:56:34 PM
Old 08-02-2009
There's no way I can get this work man. I've tried everything to fix the following:

Line 22: unexpected EOF while looking for matching '
Line 29: syntax error: unexpected end of file

I'm on Slackware and I re-wrote it without spaces between lines. Any suggestions?
 

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STARPU_WORKERS_ACTIVITY:(1)					   User Commands				       STARPU_WORKERS_ACTIVITY:(1)

NAME
starpu_workers_activity: - manual page for starpu_workers_activity: 40: [: --version: unexpected operator DESCRIPTION
./starpu_workers_activity: 40: [: --help: unexpected operator ./starpu_workers_activity: 40: [: --help: unexpected operator ./starpu_work- ers_activity: 45: [: --help: unexpected operator ./starpu_workers_activity: 45: [: --help: unexpected operator ./starpu_workers_activity: 45: [: --help: unexpected operator Error. File <--help> not found Offline tool to display the activity of the workers during the execution. The starpu_fxt_tool utility now generates a file named 'activity.data' which can be processed by this script to generate a plot named activity.eps Typical usage: ./starpu_fxt_tool -i /tmp/prof_file_foo ./starpu_workers_activity activity.data OPTIONS
-h, --help display this help and exit -v, --version output version information and exit -h, --help display this help and exit -v, --version output version information and exit REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to <starpu-devel@lists.gforge.inria.fr> ./starpu_workers_activity: 40: [: --version: unexpected operator ./starpu_workers_activity: 45: [: --version: unexpected operator ./starpu_workers_activity: 45: [: --version: unexpected operator ./starpu_workers_activity: 45: [: --version: unexpected operator Error. File <--version> not found Offline tool to display the activity of the workers during the execution. The starpu_fxt_tool utility now generates a file named 'activity.data' which can be processed by this script to generate a plot named activity.eps Typical usage: ./starpu_fxt_tool -i /tmp/prof_file_foo ./starpu_workers_activity activity.data Report bugs to <starpu-devel@lists.gforge.inria.fr> starpu_workers_activity: 40: [: --version: unexpected operator November 2013 STARPU_WORKERS_ACTIVITY:(1)

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