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You should try with alias menu='bash ./menuScriptalias menu='bash ./menuScript.sh'.sh' I am not currently on a Linux machine, so cannot test it myself, but it should work. When you call the alias, it doesn't know what to do with the path..., so you must also callinclude the bashbash at the beginning.

And resetting the terminal does help after making the change.

You should try with alias menu='bash ./menuScript.sh' I am not currently on a Linux machine, so cannot test it myself, but it should work. When you call the alias, it doesn't know what to do with the path... so you must also call bash.

And resetting the terminal does help after making the change.

You should try with alias menu='bash ./menuScript.sh'. I am not currently on a Linux machine, so cannot test it myself, but it should work. When you call the alias, it doesn't know what to do with the path, so you must include the bash at the beginning.

And resetting the terminal does help after making the change.

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You should try with alias menu='bash ./menuScript.sh' I am not currently on a Linux machine, so cannot test it myself, but it should work. When you call the alias, it doesn't know what to do with the path... so you must also call bash.

And resetting the terminal does help after making the change.