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CSH script is not running for a non "cpanel created" user

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by yoachan, Aug 7, 2011.

  1. yoachan

    yoachan Well-Known Member

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    Dear all,

    As I did WHM upgrade few days ago, I just notice even weirder cases...
    After strangely I can't set my MySQL query_cache, now all my custom backup script which is CSH scripts are fails to run -- which used to be fine before upgrade.
    I did test by making just a simple hello world

    Code:
    #!/bin/csh
    echo "Hello World"
    
    and it shows nothing. Really nothing.

    Code:
    admin@machine [/home/admin]# helloworld.csh
    admin@machine [/home/admin]# 
    
    Out of curiosity, I tried to run the script with root user, and it runs like a charm. And when I tried that script with a cpanel created user, the script works too.
    As a note, "admin" user is a non-cpanel user. It was created using regular shell command for it's only a maintenance account. Not an account with a domain, etc, so we decided to create "admin" without cpanel.
    So my question is how can I re-enable csh script for my "admin" account?

    this after-upgrade thing really makes me devastated....
    It's just the second issue from all three issues that we currently found after WHM upgrade.... :(

    Any help appreciated.
    Regards,

    Yoachan
     
    #1 yoachan, Aug 7, 2011
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  2. yoachan

    yoachan Well-Known Member

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    I've search for file .cshrc, .login, .history but no luck....

    Can anyone help? What configuration changes that WHM made that make csh script no longer available for my non-cpanel user???
     
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    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    You might try opening up a ticket. Without access to your machine, it's difficult to say what changes were made whether by cPanel or something else. Tickets can be opened using WHM > Support Center > Contact cPanel or via the link in my signature.
     
  4. yoachan

    yoachan Well-Known Member

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    Dear Tristan,

    Thanks for your reply.
    I'll say case closed.
    I just got a helping hand from nearby forum.

    It really is a cpanel bug.
    I'll post the solution here, in case anyone suffering same issue with me.
    And I'm pretty much sure that I'm not the only one....

    from: [SOLVED] disable/enable C-Shell Script (CSH) for certain user

    Regards,

    Yoachan
     
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