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Script interpreter interrogation

Posted on 1997-09-22
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When i got to run the install prog of the counter2.3,
i got this?

Script interpreter "/bin/sh" not found
script interpreter link resolves to "usr/bin/sh"
sh: Count-install: not found

what sould i do?
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Hi,

   Are you sure you're on an Unix system ? And the script start
with #!/bin/sh ?
   Seems that /bin/sh is a symbolic link to usr/bin/sh ...
a relative path and it should be /usr/bin/sh ...

    So try changing the first line of your script to #!/usr/bin/sh, if not found then i think your Unix system is having a problem. On all standard Unix system I've seen ...
Bourne shell is always /bin/sh. And your Unix admin is changing
something if it's not there. You might ask him.

Regards,
Minh Lai
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