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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have few bash shells, which i want to run sequentially,
how to create a shell file, and execute/call one after other shell file. I am very new to shell programming. Bult some and running individually and also with crontab scheduler.
never had a shell calling other shells, kindly would like... (2 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am putting this thread to shell-threads, because it is about how to make a function work properly. I need a hint for declaring a function right, it has been more than a year I did not work that straight with bash.
So my aim is to turn off the eth0 (as it would be in linux, and bge0 in bsd ),... (2 Replies)
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3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I now have a script that's working in a BASH environment, however one line doesn't appear to be working on an embedded device that has a busybox therefore ASH shell. I've googled but there's very little I can find regarding the ASH shell.
In BASH the following line works...
if ] ;... (6 Replies)
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have the following problem. In a Bash shell I run a program (I don't have the source code) which will execute some steps. At every step the program will wait for a user input. So I would like that another script which is running on a different shell will send these input togheter with... (4 Replies)
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5. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hi. I'm working with two BASH shells in order to perform two tasks. For simplicity, suppose that at Shell #1 I'm executing this program:
whose PID is 263. Meanwhile Shell #2 is waiting for its termination to follow with a second one.
I tried with:
# Script for second... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: hresquivelo
for all you unix/linux interested heres an online book for free that covers the basics of BSD SysV Unix commands and applications . giving the average linux user a perspective on the differences in context of the two operating systems and for BSD users covers material as a refernce guide.
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7. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Can someone please tell me the key difference between the different shells availabe i.e. ksh,bash,(i don't know the others ones. :confused: (5 Replies)
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