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Hi all, I am trying to build a script that runs on AIX, Solaris, and various flavors of Linux as well. It is very simple, or so I thought. I have the AIX and Solaris servers working well. Next I tried to get my workstation to run the script and it bombed. I am running Fedora 12 x86_64, but that isn't really important. I have various flavors of Linux. Some CentOS, RH, and even a Gentoo server. The script I have runs every hour on all servers. I can push out changes and install software with it, but the Linux WS won't run it. Here is my script:
if [[ $uname = $os1 ]] then
if [[ $uname = $os2 ]] then
if [[ $uname = $os3 ]] then
And here are the errors:
/tools/HourlyProcess/HourlyProcess_Kickoff: line 6: syntax error near unexpected token `then'
/tools/HourlyProcess/HourlyProcess_Kickoff: line 6: `if [[ $uname = $os1 ]] then'
Is this just an issue with going between ksh and bash?
Thanks, in troubleshooting the Solaris portion I had to remove the #!/bin/ksh at the top of the script. I doing all of that I also removed the ; before the then as well. It is working everywhere now, I didn't even notice that was gone until you brought it up.
Last edited by snakernetb; 02-16-2010 at 01:32 PM.