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Old 08-01-2006, 11:16 PM   #1
stellafrank
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Bash:rnz2rnx: Command Not Found


RNZ2RNX is a csh script,the content:
#!/bin/csh -f
#
# C-shell script : CRZ2RNX
# (frontend of CRX2RNX)
# 1996.12.19 created by HATANAKA, Y.
# e-mail: hata@gsi.go.jp
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
if($#argv < 1) then
more << EOF

CRZ2RNX is a C-shell script to recover RINEX files from Compact RINEX files.

Usage : CRZ2RNX CRINEX_files [compressed CRINEX/RINEX]

Wildcard can be used.
Recovered RINEX files are created into current directory.

compressed RINEX/CRINEX --> CRINEX --> RINEX
????????.??m.Z --> ????????.??m
????????.??n.Z --> ????????.??n
????????.??o.Z --> ????????.??o
????????.??d.Z --> ????????.??d --> ????????.??o
????????.??d --> ????????.??o
EOF

exit
endif
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

set PROGRAM = CRX2RNX

unset noclobber

foreach file ($argv[*])

######## uncomment the next line if you want to echo files in process
# echo 'processing ' $file

set file2 = $file:t
if( $file2:e == 'Z') set file2 = $file2:r

set body = $file2:r
set extension = $file2:e
set yy = `echo $extension | cut -c1-2`

if($file =~ *.??m.Z) then
compress $file

else if($file =~ *.??n.Z) then
compress $file

else if($file =~ *.??o.Z) then
compress $file

else if($file =~ *.??d.Z) then
zcat $file | $PROGRAM - > $body.$yy'o'
######## The following is an example of error handling.
######## You may activate or custamize it as you like.
# if($status == 1) then
# rm $body.$yy'o'
# continue
# endif

else if($file =~ *.??d) then
cat $file | $PROGRAM - > $body.$yy'o'
######## see above
# if($status == 1) then
# rm $body.$yy'o'
# continue
# endif

else
endif
end



I put the file in the directory: /home/gamwork/05001/tables
after that,I do this:
[root@zch tables]# chmod +x CRZ2RNX
[root@zch tables]# CRZ2RNX bjfs0010.05d.Z
bash: CRZ2RNX: command not found
why?
I am eager to getting the answer,thanks
 
Old 08-01-2006, 11:49 PM   #2
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Hi,

The directory that holds your script ( /home/gamwork/05001/tables ) is probably not part of your PATH setting (echo $PATH to check).

If you want to exectue a program that is not in your path you can do the following:

Use the whole path, i.e.:
/home/gamwork/05001/tables/CRZ2RNX bjfs0010.05d.Z

Or, which is shorter and easier:

./CRZ2RNX bjfs0010.05d.Z

Hope this helps.
 
Old 08-01-2006, 11:55 PM   #3
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Thank you very much, I have done according to what you say:
[root@zch tables]# ./CRZ2RNX bjfs0010.05d.Z
CRZ2RNX: Command not found.
 
Old 08-02-2006, 12:03 AM   #4
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Hi,

I forgot to mention that the ./CRZ2RNX bjfs0010.05d.Z method only works from the directory the script is in. I.e:

cd /home/gamwork/05001/tables
./CRZ2RNX bjfs0010.05d.Z


Sorry about that.
 
Old 08-02-2006, 09:19 AM   #5
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