Bash Scripts-HowTo

marcus lists at wordit.com
Sat Sep 9 21:24:20 UTC 2006


On Saturday 09 September 2006 15:56, Leonard Chatagnier wrote:
> Would appreciate the correct command and syntax

I think you want:

/bin/bash -c "sudo appname"

from the command line run a script with:
sh myscript.sh

If the script has the "shebang" line at the top, then bash will use the 
correct interpreter, and you can just run ./myscript e.g.

#!/bin/bash
.....

or for Perl scripts:

#!/usr/bin/perl
.....

Personally I like to use extensions like .sh or .pl so I know what kind 
of script it is, but you don't need to.


Marcus





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