At 01.10.2001 00:02, you wrote:
>I have a shell script that I am executing like this $files = `shellscript`;
>but if I do an if ($files) it doesn't read $files as existing.  The contents
>of the shell script is a smbclient line that copies a bunch of DBF files from
>another machine.  Anyone have any idea?  Below is a little snipit of my code
>  $files = `updatemp`;
>   if ($files) {
>     print "$files<br>";
>     print "I am god";
>   } else {
>     print "$files";
>     print "It's ok you'll get it working. =)";
>   }

using `s doesn't work quite like they do in BASH (and many other 
use passthru() or something instead...

I can't really see why you're doing this in PHP as BASH would be much more 
and to some extent easier, not to mention that this isn't far off a 

Andreas D Landmark / noXtension
Real Time, adj.:
         Here and now, as opposed to fake time, which only occurs there
and then.

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