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Old 06-17-2009, 12:33 PM   #1
gijoe3
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Probleme de script dans raccourci bureau


bonjour,

j'ai un script launch_script.sh qui appelle un autre script script.sh en tache de fond. Lorsque je lance launch_script.sh en ligne de commande dans un terminal tout se déroule correctement, mon script script.sh vit sa vie tout seul.
Maintenant, je veux lancer launch_script.sh à partir d'un icone sur mon bureau. Tant que je ne demande pas d'exécuter le script dans un teminal le déroulement est identique au précédent. Par contre, s'il est lancé dans un terminal dès que launch_script.sh est terminé il met fin au script script.sh. Or ce n'est pas le fonctionnement que je désire.

Toute vos réponses sont les bienvenues.
Merci
 
Old 06-17-2009, 01:34 PM   #2
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Moin,

can you repeat it in english?

Jan
 
Old 06-17-2009, 02:33 PM   #3
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I agree, en englais si'l vous plait! Unfortunately my french isn't quite up to understanding the question, and the following babelfish translation was about at the level of my own understanding. Amusing but unhelpful.

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I have a launch_script.sh script which calls another script.sh script in basic spot. When I launch launch_script.sh in line of order in a terminal all is held correctly, my script.sh script saw its life all alone. Now, I want to launch launch_script.sh to leave an icon on my desk. As long as I do not ask for it to carry out script in a teminal unfolding is identical to the precedent. On the other hand, it is launched in a terminal as soon as launch_script.sh is finished it puts an end to script.sh script. However this is not the operation which I wish.
But it sounds like the problem has to do with the script ending and not returning to the calling script. I'm not too sure about the leaving the icon on the desktop part though...
 
  


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