I am trying to understand the Bash shell as an interpreter of the Bash language, from "3.1.1 Shell Operation" in Bash Reference Manual (see below). If I am correct: Interpretation consists of ...
It would be very useful for me to run specific programs in a Linux environment with a fixed (lower) CPU clock speed (say, runat 400mhz ./my-program --argument-of="my program" for getting that clock ...
that problem just drives me crazy. All my Python and Perl scripts are simply NOT iterpreted via shebang. Never. But they work as expected when I explicitly call the binary. I double checked my ...
I am writing expect script which can be used on mulple operating systems but the problem is i can't use #!/usr/bin/expect evreywhere so instead i tried to do #!`which expect` at the top but it ...
I'm running a script (in tmuxinator) that tries to source another script (rvm). rvm explicitly does not allow sourcing from sh. I didn't think that would be a problem, because the shebang in the ...
Must the shebang header always match the interpreter's installation directory? If so, then why do both #!/usr/bin/python and #!/usr/local/bin/python work for me?