Kirk Bailey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >Well, when the alias fed the message to it, it barked. 'unknown mailer error 1' says >the >log. Ran it with the sample file, worked fine; even modified the testcase a little, >still fine. Hmmmm... So I added a line to the script, so it would open a file and >write >it's current path, and very carefully detailed EXACTLY where this file lived, having >a >suspicion. BARK! Although it still barked like a dog, it gave me my confirmation; >when >executed by an alias, it thinks the cwd is '/'!!! I modified the script to point >EXACTLY >to the location of the recipient file of the data, and all was now well, either way.
>HHMMMMMMMMMMMMM..... is this a freebsd quriosity, a sendmail quriosity, or what all? >And >is there anything I can do so the cwd will be the dir the script is living in? Actually, this is just the way shell scripts work. If you run your script from another directory, specifying the full path, the shell will not change to the directory containing the script (unless the script does this). -NWR _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"