Thanks for your support,
The problem was that Ubuntu links /bin/sh to /bin/dash and not /bin/bash,
that makes some scripts crashing. I done the correct linking and everything
works fine now.
Also thanks for Mark Wong support,
2010/1/11 Robert Haas <robertmhaas(at)gmail(dot)com>
> On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 4:18 PM, Jonas J <autoramajj(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> > I get the dbt2 project from the git tree. And i'm trying to make it work
> > with postgres. The problem is in one of the dbt2 shell scripts. Since I
> > understand of Shell Script Programing, here is my problem: (I will post
> > script on the end)
> Well this isn't really a "help" list... especially not for
> shell-script programming... especially for shell-scripts that aren't
> even part of PostgreSQL.
> But having said that... I think you must be running a wonky version of sh.
> $ DBNAME=rhaas ./broken-script -d /tmp/fodao
> Loading customer table...
> COPY customer FROM '/tmp/fodao/customer.data' WITH NULL AS '';
> ERROR: relation "customer" does not exist
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