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due to lack of room on one of my partitions, I moved the user directiory to another partition and connected the user directory with a symbolic link from /home/user to the final destination. Everything worked fine so far, however now I wanted to run a script which does not work anymore. Here the error message:
bash: ./AIR_lin_script.sh: /bin/bash: bad interpreter: Permission denied
However, if I move the directory back to /home, the script runs.
What adjustments do I need to do in order to make it work also on the other partition?
Thank you very much for your help,
thanks for the hint, you brought me on the right track. I changed my /etc/fstab entry for that partition to defaults, and it worked. This changed /etc/mtab permanently, and you were right, it did read noexec. I figured out that changing /etc/mtab will not give the desired results, and in addition, it will fall back to its initial entry after reboot.