The shell script written under Windows environment is uploaded to Linux for execution, and an error is reported
-bash: ./databasebak.sh: /bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
It is suspected that there is a problem with the file format. Use vi databasebak.sh to enter the databasebak.sh file, and then execute it in the bottom mode : set ff Check it and find that fileformat = DOS. Look, it’s really a file format problem
Solution: after entering VI databasebak.sh, in the bottom mode, execute: set fileformat = UNIX and then execute: X or: WQ to save the changes. Then you can execute./databasebak.sh to run the script.
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