BBCSDL and OSCLI and cp

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SteveF
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BBCSDL and OSCLI and cp

Post by SteveF » Thu 08 Aug 2019, 21:30

I know this seems too easy but I can not get the copy "cp" command to work with OSCLI. Does anyone have an example that works?

Here's a small sample of what I tried that doesn't work

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PRINT "Start"
      INPUT k$

      REM works - just to check if everything OK
      REM OSCLI "ldattach " + "-1 -8 -n -s 9600 0 /dev/serial0 " + ";"
      REM INPUT k$

      REM works - Script to kill ldattach process - just to check if everything OK
      REM OSCLI "*/home/pi/software/frag.sh"
      REM INPUT k$

      REM no work SYNTAX ERROR
      REM OSCLI  "cp """+/home/pi/software/lcd0.sh+""" """+/home/pi/software/lcd0cp.txt+""""
      REM INPUT k$

      REM works but won't copy into /boot directory
      REM *COPY /home/pi/software/lcd0.sh /home/pi/software/clcd0cp.txt
      REM INPUT k$

      REM no work BAD COMMAND
      REM OSCLI  "cp /home/pi/software/lcd0.sh /home/pi/software/lcd0cp.txt"
      REM INPUT k$

      REM no work BAD COMMAND - script works fine from command line
      REM OSCLI "*/home/pi/software/lcd0.sh"
      REM INPUT k$

      REM no work BAD COMMAND - script works fine from command line
      REM OSCLI "sh /home/pi/software/lcd0.sh"
      REM INPUT k$

      REM no work BAD COMMAND - script works from command line
      REM *RUN /home/pi/software/lcd0.sh
      REM INPUT k$

      REM changes to specified director and creates directory "new" then BAD COMMAND
      OSCLI "cd /home/pi/software"
      OSCLI "mkdir new"
      OSCLI "sh lcd0.sh"

      END
Here is the script that works from the command line but not when called by OSCLI event though another script worked the same both ways. The sudo is just because I was testing copying into the /boot directory from the command line.

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#!/bin/bash
sudo cp /boot/configHDMI.txt /home/pi/software/configbak.txt
echo "lcd0"
I have tried setting permission many different ways and that doesn't seem to have any effect on this problem. Anyone have an example of what works.

Tried on 2 systems CM3+ with stretch version 9 4.19.57-v7 and RPi 3B+ with stretch version 9 4.9.80-v7

As you may gather from the comment on example 4 I am interested in a script to modify /boot/config.txt however I can't get BBCSDL OSCLI to copy anything anywhere so that would be a start.

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