shane wrote:I'm not sure how much of a difference it makes... There are some tiny differences between sh and bash. In Mint the default shell is bash which is why my scripts start like that. Did you try running the script directly in the menu without 'sh'? That first line defines what kind of script it is and it should run automatically... just like when you double click.
Users browsing this forum: capivara, Google Feedfetcher and 16 guests