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Does the script have "#!/bin/bash" at the top? Does it have bash-only
commands and is possibly being executed by sh? Is the script in your
path? Have you tried putting "set -x" at the top of the script? Maybe
include the contents of the script in your post. More information about
your problem will help more people help you.
> Cygwin developers,
> I am running cygwin on a NT box. I am trying to create a script which
> will rcp files in a directory from one host to another.
> After inserting the appropriate commands, I return to the prompt and
> type the file name. In Unix this executes the script
> if the appropriate permissions are set. But nothing happens, I simply
> get another prompt. Can You think of a reason for
> Kevin Abram
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