I have a nice little script that starts/restarts dip for me, written for
The problem is that it fails miserably when run under "at". The man
page for "at" reveals that it uses only /bin/sh. I tried to write a
/bin/sh script that ran tcsh with my script as input, but that didn't
Cron has the same problem under Linux.
So, have any of you Linuxen got a tip-sheet or something that will help
a csh programmer convert his script to /bin/sh? I can read sh, but not
write it. I am just looking for sufficient guidelines to get something
written, that I could then debug myself. I asked this question on
comp.unix.shell, but so far, no one has come forward with any such
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