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One of my script is making new .sh files in /tmp/ folder how can I setup that all new files in /tmp/ folder will get chmod -x automaticaly because my script is failing when trying to run scripts in /tmp/

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Wrong approach. While creating the script, set the x flag as well! Or, when executing the created script, prepend sh or bash to it:

Instead of:

/tmp/myscript.sh

use:

bash /tmp/myscript.sh

Like that you don't have to make the script executable.

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  • What if I can't edit that file? it's very complicated script involving both .sh and .php – John Nov 7 '14 at 11:16
  • Than make a cron job to run: chmod +x -R /tmp/*.sh – Frantique Nov 7 '14 at 11:35

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