[SOLVED] "!#/bin/bash: No such file or directory"? When running a script
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"!#/bin/bash: No such file or directory"? When running a script
Hi so I'm a new Linux user and I was programming a script for class, which is a pretty simple script. I have already made it executable and when I call the program I type ./myscript so that isn't the problem. For some reason it has a problem with the way I typed my first line I believe. My script simply begins, right off the bat, with a
Anyone know what the problem is? Any help would be extremely appreciated
Not exactly, I have a VirtualBox running Ubuntu, so the file has never been edited in any other format. Could I be missing a certain file for bin/bash? That wouldn't make any sense. But this command is required for scripts to run so I'm feeling a little hopeless at this point.
Okay, just know that this is the first script I wrote, and since I haven't been able to run it at all, I haven't got a chance to debug or figure out what was wrong in it. I think the first line is the most crucial problem =/
while [ $# gt -1 ]
if [ -f $1 ]
print STDERR "Error: first file exists"
print STDOUT "$1"
print STDOUT "$2"