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I have the following commands that I want to have them all in one shell file:

su – s3
lizinfo.sh –b

when the first linex executes, it prompts and the command prompt become like as below:

-bash-3.1$ (here I cant type second command >> lizinfo.sh –b)

I want to have my shell file run all of these command at once. But when I run my shell file it only runs the first line and for does not run the second line, and waits until I enter it manually.

Would you help me please ?

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Use the -c option:

su - s3 -c "second command"

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