[svlug] Setting a files properties

Karsten M. Self kmself at ix.netcom.com
Thu Jan 10 01:12:01 PST 2002


on Mon, Jan 07, 2002 at 09:27:02PM -0800, hvrietsc at yahoo.com (hvrietsc at yahoo.com) wrote:
> assuming you mean a shell script then:
> 
> first line of the script should be:
> #/bin/sh
> 
> (yes a # comment in front!)

Actually, it must be "#!".

From man (1) bash:

    If  the program is a file beginning with #!, the remainder
    of the first line specifies an interpreter  for  the  pro-
    gram.   The  shell  executes  the specified interpreter on
    operating systems that do not handle this executable  for-
    mat  themselves.  The arguments to the interpreter consist
    of a single optional argument  following  the  interpreter
    name  on  the  first  line of the program, followed by the
    name of the program, followed by the command arguments, if
    any.


Peace.

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