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Re: Backup script





Paul Howarth wrote:
bernd pinter wrote:
i have the same problem half a year ago: you need a blank in the first row of the script!

use:
#! /bin/bash

that should work...

Having a space there shouldn't make any difference. Try it with a simple script for yourself.

that's exactly what i thought. but i had a script (perl) wich couldn't startet by the bash, since it doesn't know which programm to take for that script. so i google'd around and found a definition of the 1st row. and it says: "leave a blank betwenn !# and the rest."
i did it, and it works (also on the target-machine: debian-woody)!

bernd


Paul.



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