I tried execute my script using:
nohup . test.sh
nohup . ./test.sh
However, I got:
nohup: failed to run command `.': Permission denied each time.
What I'm really trying to do is in my script be able to call commands that I've aliased, but it only works with "
. test.sh" or "
. ./test.sh", not "
./test.sh" or "
sh ./test.sh" as I get a "command not found". But I'd like to be able to run this with "nohup".