On Friday 01 December 2006 1:03 am, Christian Walther wrote:
> Try adding "#!/bin/sh" as the first new line of your script. Roughly
> speaking: This makes the system use /bin/sh as the shell that executes
> the script.
> Specifying a PATH inside the script might help, too. Scripts have a
> very small environment set by default, so your PATH might be just
> something like /bin:/usr/bin. If sudo is in /usr/local/bin it won't
> work.
Thank you!
That was it.
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