Running a task on Linux (action to start script)

(imported topic written by SystemAdmin)

Hello,

Just now learning shell scripting, and wondering if my syntax to start a script is correct. I’m using the Distribution Wizard so the standard “download” and “continue if” and “extract” sections apply. From previous posts it looks like a syntax for Linux of:

Wait /bin/sh -C "__Download<shell script and switches> "

Should start the script, but although the action shows completed the script doesn’t run.

Anything wrong with my syntax?

Thanks!

(imported comment written by NoahSalzman)

Backslashes, in paths, are a backwards Windows-ism.

(imported comment written by SystemAdmin)

Oh man. So used to not bothering with the “Download” I missed it.

Thanks, Noah.