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Re: infobot help :)



Hi,

run it as

  perl ./infobot

or

  nohup perl ./infobot > /dev/null &

to put it in the background.  What's happening is that
it can't find perl where the script is telling it to
look (the bang path at the top of the file 'infobot').

kevin


"Scott R. Hardy" wrote:
> 
> hello,
> 
> I am running Freebsd and infobot ver infobot-0.44.3 I am havening trouble
> back grounding my Infobot I keep getting
> 
> [ircgeek@shell2 infobot]$ nohup infobot > /dev/null &
> [1] 81669
> [ircgeek@shell2 infobot]$ nice: --: No such file or directory
> 
> [1]+  Exit 1                  nohup infobot >/dev/null
> [ircgeek@shell2 infobot]$ .nohup infobot > /dev/null &
> [1] 81672
> [ircgeek@shell2 infobot]$ bash: .nohup: command not found
> 
> [1]+  Exit 127                .nohup infobot >/dev/null
> [ircgeek@shell2 infobot]$ ./nohup infobot > /dev/null &
> bash: ./nohup: No such file or directory
> [1] 81695
> [1]+  Exit 126                ./nohup infobot >/dev/null
> 
> it runs fine in console with just a ./infobot
> 
> is it the location of my nohup? or my perl?
>  nohup: /usr/bin/nohup /usr/share/man/man1/nohup.1.gz
>  perl: /usr/bin/perl /usr/share/man/man1/perl.1.gz
> 
> any help would be great I have not run a infobot in a wile.
> 
> thanks
> Antipas
> newnet #ircgeeks
> Antipas@ircgeeks.com
> infobot "Calvin"
> [ircgeek@shell2 infobot]$