I'm on a kali linux 64 bit.
I have created a python script which takes 2 arguments to start. I don't want to type out every time the exact same paths or search in the history of the commands I used in terminal. So I decided to create a simple script which calls the python script with its arguments.
#! /bin bash python CreateDB.py ./WtfPath ./NoWtfPath/NewSystem/
It is the exact same command I would use in terminal. However, I get an error message when I try to execute the script file.
bash: ./wtf.sh: /bin: bad interpreter: Permission denied
wtf.sh has executable rights.
What is wrong?