parkw at better.net
Wed Apr 12 15:36:37 EDT 2000
On Wed, Apr 12, 2000 at 12:49:16PM -0600, Ivan Van Laningham wrote:
> Sh scripts do work, as long as I remember to do ./script ;-). I'm
> running as root (but the same thing happens when I run as myself, too).
> However, this could be explained by the default behavour of exec(),
> which states that if the kernel can't run a program, it execs sh and
> hands it the program name in argv.
What is your PATH? Is your problem related to that fact that '.' is not
in part of PATH environment variable?
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