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Old 04-06-2004, 11:01 AM   #1
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shell scripting, how to make many

I got this problem.
I got a few eggdrop's and bouncer's that I want to start at the same time.
let's say that I got 3 eggdrop's with 3 different configs (eggdrop.conf, eggdrop1.conf, eggdrop2.conf)
and they are in /home/introx/eggdrop/ .
also a bouncer that lies in /home/introx/psybnc/

I know little and nothing about C and C++ (only PHP & html)
so, help me with every line..
I'm in a learning phrase so evey tips can help me
If you got any questions be free to ask me!

Thanks alot
Old 04-06-2004, 12:06 PM   #2
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eggdrop --config /home/config.file &
eggdrop --config /home/config2.file &
eggdrop --config /home/config3.filec &

/home/introx/psybnc/bouncerprogram &

put that in a file modifying it to how your programs work and chmod 777 the file, and then
./ to execute it.

Shell scripting is just using the shells builtin functions and programs available to the system to automate arduous tasks.

I really don't know how to program a C program that just executes other programs yet.
Old 04-09-2004, 06:06 PM   #3
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Thanks AutOPSY, This helps me on the way..


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