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Old 08-04-2003, 04:09 AM   #1
Naurore
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Unhappy PB launching shell-script with telnet


Hello,

I want to launch a shell-script using a telnet session.
This shell-script launch two scripts writen in Perl.
When I'm using a telnet session, I can launch these two Perl-script, no problem they are working well.
But when I'm trying to launch the shell-script (named SAUV-Globale), this errror occurs :
bash: ./SAUV-Globale: bad interpreter: No such file or directory

This shell-script is :
#!/bin/bash
##################
./MyPerlScript1
./MyPerlScript2


(I've tried with : sh ./MyPerlScript and with : bash ./MyPerlScript1, no success... )

The rights on /bin/bash are -rwxr-xr-x
The link sh is ok

What is suprising me is that when I'm directly connected on the Linux server (same user than telnet session), no problem : the shell-script can be launched and works ! (it launch the two Perl-sripts well...)
The Linux distribution I'm working on is Suse 7.3

... I'm lost ...

A last thing : theses Perl-scripts are launching telnet sessions with the Perl module Net::Telnet, if it can helps ...

Please help


Naurore
 
Old 08-04-2003, 04:45 AM   #2
Naurore
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... more surprising :

In the shell-script, when I replace #!/bin/bash with #/bin/bash :
the first Perl-script is not launched (: No such file or directory) but the second one is launched !

It half-works (!?!)

Help please ...
 
  


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