This seems simple enough... I'm trying to write a script that I can just double click on in OS X. The script is to login via SSH to a remote server, run a git commit and exit. When I copy/paste my commands into terminal they work but when I save them in a .command file it seems like it connects but then hangs, if I type exit into the terminal window that has opened, the script will continue where it left off.
The script/commands are just:
#!/bin/sh echo "**** committing remote changes on remote ****" ssh firstname.lastname@example.org cd /home/username/git/repo/ git commit -m "remote server commit" exit
I'm new to writing scripts like this so it could be something really obvious I'm just missing (Since having read many q&a's here someone is bound to ask, yes my SSH keys are setup properly, copy/pasting this code works perfectly).
I don't think it relevant, but the server I'm getting to is a BlueHost/HostMonster shared web host with a jailed shell.