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Is there anyone knows how to convert an existing script to a executable format (HEX form)?

file.sh > file.exe - something like this.


Apr 10 '07
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Hello Motoma,

i kept the .sh file in bash folder of bin folder where shc c prg is placed in bin folder. i changed the first line in the .sh file as #! bash/xyz.sh its not giving error.

no putput file is found where can i see the executable?
Jun 19 '07 #11
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Hello Motoma,

i kept the .sh file in bash folder of bin folder where shc c prg is placed in bin folder. i changed the first line in the .sh file as #! bash/xyz.sh its not giving error.

no putput file is found where can i see the executable?
I do not know. Check the man page for the tool you are using.
Jun 19 '07 #12

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