My error.
Correct syntax shoud be:

if [ ! -x $PHISH ]; then ...

-x checks if file exists (which I hope is your case). And makes source 
more clean to read :)

Ivailo Tanusheff
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28.07.2006 17:33
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Re: Script File Error

Ivailo Tanusheff wrote:

> Hi,
> You may correct the script by changing:
> if ! [ -a $PHISH ]; then ...
> with:
> if ! [ -x $PHISH ]; then ...

According to this site:

that would not be correct. Anyway, I corrected it by rewriting it like

if [ ! $PHISH ]; then

The error no longer appears. I am still not sure what was causing it


Gerard Seibert

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beat you with experience.
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