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post Jun 19 2012, 08:22 AM
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Hello,
I wonder if someone could help me, I am trying to run a script from the command line and need a little help. The file is located in the public_html/xp/regen-codebook.php folder of our server, I have tried the following command,

php regen-codebook.php -run public_html/xp

but get the following error, "Could not open input file: regen-codebook.php". I have changed the permissions on the file and that does not help.

Any ideas?
Thanks
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post Jun 19 2012, 02:24 PM
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If your current working directory is not where the file is located or if it isn't in your path environment then you will need to use the entire path in your command statement.
php /public_html/xp/regen-codebook.php -run public_html/xp
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