Re: Weird behaviour with Script files



In news:f5pj72$grs$1$8300dec7@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx,
Steve <user@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

When I tried to start on my CentOS machine, a script file, I have
the answer : Bad Interepreter !! !??!?!
Any idea what it could it be ?
All my script files, start by :
#!/bin/bash

For starters, please post the output of these commands:

ls -l /bin/bash script_file
file $(which bash)

ls -l /bin/bash script_file
=> -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 616248 /bin/bash

file $(which bash)
/bin/bash:ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1....
....
Do you think that the system is corrupted ?

I think you're not following directions, which makes it difficult for anyone
to help you. I'm not willing to play guessing games about the ls -l of your
script_file, so maybe someone else can help you.

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