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Re: sh files
On 10/30/06, dubcek <> wrote:
Thanks Eric. Unfortunately, your remedy did not work. As I mentioned in my
original mail, all my .sh files were made under unix. But I tried d2u anyway
(you never know), but I got the same result.
What does a hex view of your shell script say the line ending are?
For example, I have a working script and my line endings are \x0A
My Windows-y scripts all have \x0D\x0A
You can try u2d, then d2u to see if that can clean up wonky line endings.
Here is an example of one of my unsophisticated .sh files; it was intended
to clean up after a latex session:
rm *.div *.aux *.log
rm is actually in your path, yes?
when I run the clean.sh (this was the name I gave to it), I get the 'command
not found' error reply.
This is the same error you get when bash doesn't understand the line
endings. What sort of mount (binary vs. text) are your shells scripts
What shell do you run? The stuff we are talking about is all bash.
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