I have written a script which was supposed to add some value to environmental variable PATH, but script doesn't do that if I start it with ./script.sh. #! /bin/bash INSTALLDIR="/opt/ARM" ...
What does the period indicate when an environmental variable is set like VARIABLE_NAME=.
I am executing a command on remote machine with -t flag ( to prevent the command from 'blocking' ) the prompt (somehow it works that way). So I am using ssh -nq -t root@ip but with this, the script ...
Maybe someone here would be able to help me out. Have installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (kubuntu) on two machines. The .bashrc and .bash_profile files are identical as the file structures on each machine is ...
Possible Duplicate: Using ‘.’ to execute files in bash I was trying to figure out how to export my environmental via script instead of changing my .bashrc file. I found this old useful ...
I want to run a script to simply change the current working directory: #!/bin/bash cd web/www/project But, after I run it, the current pwd remains unchanged! How can I do that?
The $? variable holds the exit status of last run command. Is there a variable that holds last run command itself?