Posted By: Anonymous
Every time I run a script using
bash scriptname.sh from the command line in Debian, I get
Command Not found and then the result of the script.
The script works but there is always a
Command Not Found statement printed on screen for each empty line. Each blank line is resulting in a command not found.
I am running the script from the
Here is the script:
#!/bin/bash echo Hello World
I run it by typing the following:
Why would this occur?
Make sure your first line is:
Enter your path to bash if it is not
That wil convert line endings, etc from Windows to unix format. i.e. it strips r (CR) from line endings to change them from
rn (CR+LF) to
Another way to tell if your file is in dos/Win format:
cat scriptname.sh | sed 's/r/<CR>/'
The output will look something like this:
#!/bin/sh<CR> <CR> echo Hello World<CR> <CR>
This will output the entire file text with
<CR> displayed for each
r character in the file.