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[protege-discussion] Protege 3.2.1 ( without Java VM) on Solaris sparc

Randall R Schulz rschulz at sonic.net
Mon Apr 30 07:03:26 PDT 2007


On Sunday 29 April 2007 03:36, Branko Mihovilovič wrote:
> ...
>
> Can you post the first 5 lines of your run_protege.sh file, since the
> error seems to be on line 4.

That syntax for process output substitution is not implemented in the 
standard Bourne shell, it's a BASH thing. Even if your system has BASH 
and BASH fills in for the Bourne shell, when invoked as /bin/sh, as it 
is in the "shebang line" of this script (the #!/bin/sh line at the 
top), BASH behaves like the Bourne shell and does not include this (and 
many other) syntax enhancements.

The counterpart supported by all shells is the back-quote notation:

BASH notation:
cd $(dirname $0)

Conventional notation:
cd `dirname $0`


Randall Schulz



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