kdump_post : busybox returns "Applet not found"
louis.bouchard at hp.com
Mon Dec 6 05:59:08 EST 2010
On 05/12/2010 21:52, Bernhard Walle wrote:
> Am 05.12.10 21:19, schrieb Neil Horman:
>> I'm kind of suprised this is working at all. I don't see a #!/bin/sh or
>> #!/bin/msh line at the top of the script. How does the system know what
>> interpreter to use?
> /bin/sh is the default interpreter.
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While, as Bernhard said, /bin/sh is default so the test script does
work, the crashdc scripts that I'm testing do have the #!/bin/sh at the
beginning, with identical behavior.
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