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I have written a program to install some software.
echo "1. linux
echo "2. Jre
echo "3. raid
echo "0. Exit the Installation."
echo " "
echo "Please select a value for further navigation....."
case $UserOption in
1) sh linux.sh;;
2) sh jre.sh;;
3) sh raid.sh;;
echo "Application rolling back...."
echo "Good Bye."
echo "Option Invalid; Application is Reset....."
My question is linux.sh has some series of instructions which it is doing properly but i want the main menu too be displayed once it is done any ideas
echo "Installing linux........................"
echo "Please wait ......................."
tar -xvf linux.tar
echo "to start manually, "
echo "run the command manuall at the shell prompt"