Re: crons scripts should report status info in the mail
On Sun, 18 May 1997, Karl M. Hegbloom wrote:
> `The `tar` errors about stripping / are no big deal; I will
> 2>/dev/null them. I don't know why it cannot find
> "/etc/securetty"... anyone know? The reason I want the scripts to
> report is so I can find out which one gives that 'shell-init' error.
> I've gone and added an `echo $0` to each script. Tomorrow morning
> I'll know which script it is. :-)
That's printed by bash itself when it can't access current directory...
> Q: Is anyone using `autoconf`? I wonder if it's worth learning to
> use, and what people use it for.
Only if you are planning to create a software intended for use in several
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