hi ppl this is urgent m solve it today and get 500 points

hi

I am implementing a client server prog in linux fedora core3

on server :
now when i
FILE *sout;
sout =  popen("ls -l ",r) ;

and send the output to the client

 FILE *sout;
sout =  popen("some shell script",r);

i need to execute a shell script with some parameters like
so
sh scriptname params1 param2

this is to be executed using popen and get its out and send back to client

all i need to knw is to execute a shell script using open


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SoyYopCommented:
Don't know, but here is a workaround that may save the day until you get a solution:

Create a wrapper .sh file and add use the exec function to execute bash with your command line (with parameters) on it.
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