I don't think there's a best place. I would put them inQuote:> We are moving our webserver from NT to Red Hat 6.2. I have several comma
> and fixed-length flatfiles manipulated by cgi/Perl scripts. Since I'm
> new to Linux, I'm wondering where to store these files? My inclination
> is the /var directory, but I haven't found anything in the FAQs about
> the best directory for such things and I want to put them in the
> *standard* or *normal* directory for this kind of thing. Is there a
> *best* place?
The subject line just about says it all really. Is there a standard
directory for shell scripts?
Also if I call script B from script A where both use the same shell,
that is the first line is something like:
Does script B load a new shell or does it recognise that the required
shell is currently active?