I notice that some scripts which I have acquired from others have the shebang #!/path/to/NAME while others (using the same tool, NAME) have the shebang #!/usr/bin/env NAME. Both seem to work ...
I've got a simple script: #!/usr/bin/env ruby --verbose # script.rb puts "hi" On my OSX box, it runs fine: osx% ./script.rb hi However, on my linux box, it throws an error linux% ./script.rb ...
Typing /usr/bin/env sed -f in terminal works. But if use it as a shebang, #!/usr/bin/env sed -f s/a/b/ The script will be fail to execute: /usr/bin/env: sed -f: No such file or directory I ...
In an executable file, you specify the environment using a shebang: #!/usr/bin/env ruby # ruby code here But what if you want to specify multiple possible environments? For example, if you have ...
I get the error /usr/bin/env: zsh -: No such file or directory ...when I run an executable zsh script that starts with the following shebang line: #!/usr/bin/env zsh - Also, FWIW, replacing - ...
Solaris / sh I have a few functions defined in a file which gets loaded via . ./some_file.sh When I start a subshell with sh All my function definitions are lost but when I do env I do ...
I have a Python virtualenv, and the Python executable is located in the /bin directory. In this virtualenv I'll have to execute some unsafe code, that can damage my system. I tried to chmod a-r on the ...