bash shell for-loop
raphael at computer-rental.ch
Sat May 17 12:44:53 PDT 2003
Looks like it stop to ask fo the password...
Le samedi, 17 mai 2003, à 16:55 Europe/Zurich, Niklas Saers
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> I've created a small bash script that stops, and I cannot understand
> it stops. It is:
> for username in $(ls /home); do
> su -m $username /home/$username/startup.sh;
> When I type this at the bash prompt, it goes well. However, when I call
> this script it executes the first su and then gives me:
> + Stopped bash /tmp/sh.sh
> Why does it stop? I've nowhere asked it to stop. I certainly don't
> want it
> to stop.
> To explain my command, I start a set of daemons for each user
> specified in
> ~/startup.sh and no user has a valid shell as I do not wish to allow
> any kind of login access. Thus I have to include the "-m"
> What makes a bash script stop? How can I set it to ignore whatever is
> requesting it (errorlevels?) to stop?
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