[GRASS-user] Run grass console from a cronjob
aperi2007 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 26 13:19:27 PDT 2015
thx for help Vaclav
I was trying to run a shell script with a start of a grass and many
grass command inside it.
Not only a grass call.
As reported few minutes ago,
I resolve my issue .
Printing the environment variables (using the printenv utility)
I see that the crontab start a sh-shell, but my script was for a bash.shell.
So the solution was simply to add the usually.
in the head of script.
Regards and thx to all for your help.
2015-08-26 22:14 GMT+02:00 Vaclav Petras <wenzeslaus at gmail.com>:
> I've seen your email about wrong shell but anyway:
> On Wed, Aug 26, 2015 at 10:47 AM, Andrea Peri <aperi2007 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have some relative path, but my first
>> line in bash is a
>> " cd /home/--path-to-grass-position "
>> to set the script in the right position in filesystem.
> What you actually have in the crontab? Script or a grass70 call? Both should
> work anyway. Usually you have some script in any case. Either it is a
> general script and you call it from crontab and then call GRASS from there
> in some way or you have a script for GRASS and you call `grass` with the
> script (see below).
> For 7.0 the (way too short (please contribute)) documentation is:
> For trunk/7.1 there is one other option:
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