[Freeswitch-users] bash script with variables

Mike Jerris mike at freeswitch.org
Wed Nov 27 20:30:56 UTC 2019

Do you not see the file at all?  Might be a permissions or working directory issue.

> On Nov 27, 2019, at 8:54 AM, thomas peterseil <thomas.peterseil at mine-project.eu> wrote:
> hello freeswitch-list,
> i would like to start from the dialplan a bash script and the
> freeswitch is handing over one variable to the script. in the cli i
> see the correct start of the script:
> [NOTICE] mod_dptools.c:2120 Executing command: /root/scripts/test1.sh 3333
> the script is very simple:
> #!/bin/bash
> number=$1
> mutt -s "Call $number" thomas.peterseil at mine-project.eu <
> /root/mailtexte/registrierung.txt
> echo "$number" > test1.txt
> i get the email with the variable in the subject, that works fine, but
> i can´t see the 3333 in the test1.txt file.
> when i start the script from the command line with ./test1.sh 3333 all
> is working fine. can somebody give me a hint why it doesn´t work from
> the dialplan.

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