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(t)ch scripts on the PATH
- To: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
- Subject: (t)ch scripts on the PATH
- From: Jim Craven <craven@cg.NRCan.gc.ca>
- Date: Wed, 28 Apr 1999 16:18:16 -0400
Simply put, can (t)csh scripts be run from anywhere on the PATH
in a B20.1 environment?
I am using tcsh.exe downloaded from gw.com and provided by
Corinna Vinschen. It is installed in /bin and invoked in the
1st line of a script as #!/bin/tcsh.
If I run a csh script from the current pwd (eg ./cshscript) it works.
If I pick it up off elsewhere in the path then it fails
with a 'Permission denied.' message.
The problem occurs no matter whether the shell I use to invoke
the script is bash or the tcsh, or if the script is on a local or samba
Thanks for any help and apologies if I have misunderstood the notes
in Michael Hirmke's porters text:
Love is like the ozone layer, |Jim Craven craven@cg.NRCan.gc.ca|
You don't miss it until it's gone. | Geological Survey of Canada |
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