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I have a complicated question (I understood that's related to environment variables). I'm running a script via termial as follows: "bash install_version.sh"

script contains:

#!/bin/bash
/root/RADview_linux_6_4_0_* << 'EOF'
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sleep 120
EOF

And it works fine (4 folder were created as it should be). After that, I tried to run the script via cron and only 1 folder was created (instead of 4). Crob contains:

47 14 * * 1-5 bash /root/nightlyBuild/install_version.sh

Anyone can advise?

  • Can you, please, edit you question so that we can better see what's in your script and in the crontab line ? The 1st line of your script looks strange to me : this is usually something like #!/bin/bash or #!/usr/bin/env bash. Your crontab line is suspect too : do you write it directly in a file or using the crontab utility ? – Httqm May 20 at 13:01
  • Hi, I'm sorry about my question I don't know how to write it in your way. about crontab, I'm using with crontab utility (crontab -e). – Shalev Sason May 20 at 13:13

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