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Hi I'm trying to start Fritzing using a bash script.

#!/bin/bash
./home/salman/fritzing/Fritzing

I did sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/fritzing but I get a

bash: /usr/bin/fritzing: /usr/bin: bad interpreter: Permission denied".

What does the bad interpreter mean? And why am I getting a permission denied even after chmoding the bash script which is in /usr/bin.

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First you should verify the paths to the binaries:

    #which bin   
    #which fritzing

Also the second line should be like this , lets assume that path is correct.

   /home/salman/fritzing/Fritzing

there should be no dot . at the start

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