I have an korn shell script that I use on a daily basis to monitor
behavior of our Solaris server. Actually it just opens up a menu that,
based on selection, then runs other korn shell or perl scripts. It's
worked fine for last 2 years.
But yesterday I wanted to let another user use it. So I set permissions to
+x for everyone. But everytime he tries to run it he gets the error:
/usr/bin/ksh pathToFile/myScript.ksh cannot open.
I'm used to permission denied errors but I've never seen "cannot open"
before. Still it sounds like a pretty basic type of error.
Cannot anyone shed some light?
Thanks in advance,
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