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Can someone help!
I need a shell script to run multiple scripts by using single shell script,
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Assume I want to run a sequence of scripts:
I only know a little Linux scripting, so the following is the best I can write
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I am from MQ/MB technology. My requirement is to display the queue manger and broker status on daily basis.
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Its run with.....
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I am begginer to UNIX. when i want to run korn shell script i run ./test.sh and then enter it would run. But when i run test.sh and enter it would not run. What setting or enviorment variable i would change in order to run with out giving ./ to run any shell script.
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I use /bin/ksh
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MUSEEKD(1) Museek Daemon Plus MUSEEKD(1)
Museekd - C++ Daemon/Client for Soulseek
museek [-c <filename>] [--config <filename>] [-V] [--version] [-h] [--help]
Museekd is a headless client (daemon) for the Soulseek P2P network and for Soulfind Servers. It is configured with musetup and can be con-
trolled with variety of interfaces and GUIs, such as Museeq and Mucous. It handles any chatting, transferring files, searching, managing of
users or browsing of shares requested by the various interfaces or GUIs.
Before running, you will need a configure it with musetup(1).
Museekd accepts the following options:
-c <filename>, --config <filename>
Use a different config file.
Display Version and exit.
Show debugging messages.
Display Help and exit.
To run this program the standard way type:
Alternativly you use a different config file with:
museekd --config config.xml
The default location for the museekd config file.
mucous(1) mulog(1) murmur(1) muscan(1) muscand(1) museekcontrol(1) museeq(1) musetup(1) musetup-gtk(1)
daelstorm Release 0.2.0 MUSEEKD(1)