Re: What is the different between cron executing and shell execution?
> All variables are defined in the header of this script.
> and LOG2SYSLOG looks like this:
i don't know those. But cron have a few differences with a regular shell.
It use "sh" to execute the scripts thus it s an interactive shell, but it don't
have the environment comming from a console login (/etc/profile and the like)
nor the one from a Xsession.
PATH is the most often encountered problem in the cron context : check by
replacing your program call by the full path to the executable :
basename by /usr/bin/basename.
Most scripts which are used in different contexes and different platform use:
PS: Some do this to avoid crackers by checking that the full path is correct
(/usr/bin/program or /bin/program), so i am not sure it is required for scripts
to work in your cron .