I`m trying to get my program to run at startup. I can't seem to get even
the most basic shell script working though.
I have the following script named test.sh:
I type: chmod +rx test.sh
Typing ./test.sh gives the error:
sh: ./test.sh: not found
Typing sh ./test.sh works as expected
The scripts in /etc/init.d work fine, and my permissions seem to match, but
I don't know what I`m doing wrong, any help would be much appreciated.
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