Bash Script, ec2addtag syntax?

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Bash Script, ec2addtag syntax?

ec2addtag --region us-west-1 vol1234 --tag Name=$nameinst;

It should execute

ec2addtag --region us-west-1 vol1234 --tag Name=webserver;

Instead it thinks that Name is equal to that variable. Please help. Thanks!

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