There is a program that I am trying to run on a shell account. It depends on another program, which I have also copied to the shell account. Both are in my home directory, yet the first program has a different path hardcoded into it, which I cannot use because of permissions problems.
How can I trick the first program into running the second one from a different path?
Last edited by fahadsadah; 12-25-2007 at 04:47 AM..
Try modifying the PATH variable. if you are calling script2 from script1 like this
then, changing PATH wont be a solution. If the PATH is not set in the script1.sh before calling script2.sh like
then try this
I hope I understood the requirement clearly!!!
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