Re: any Oracle fountains of knowledge out there?
Basically, straight from the mouth of our now-gone Oracle expert, some
scripts were being run by typing: ". script.sh" (yes, that is an
intentional space there)
I've seen the scripts run though on the system correctly like that, yet
I have people insisting it's W-R-O-N-G and needs to be "./script.sh".
Is there any difference in what each of the scripts does?
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