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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: ERROR: ksh: dfk.sh : not found

    I wrote a script that checks the freespace on filesystems.

    ...and I get the following error:

    ksh: dfk.sh : not found

    But it is there because I double clicked it from "ls" list....

    It has 777 rights...

    thx

    PS: Another question: Why Unix creates this file #dfk.sh#???
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  2. #2
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    [QUOTE=mp218]I wrote a script that checks the freespace on filesystems.

    ...and I get the following error:

    ksh: dfk.sh : not found

    But it is there because I double clicked it from "ls" list....

    It has 777 rights...
    [quote]

    check your path to the file and check your $PATH as known to your script

    thx

    PS: Another question: Why Unix creates this file #dfk.sh#???
    Good question. Maybe you should check your script first to understand it is actually trying to do.
    vlad
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  3. #3
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    script

    the same script is doing fine on two servers....but not on third

    thx
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  4. #4
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    AGAIN, I'd suggest checking your environment and making sure your PATHs are s et up correctly.
    vlad
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    monday

    first thing I will do on monday!
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