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Thu, 27 Mar 2014 08:19:39 -0700 (PDT)
I was reading the bash manual at:
"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 format
I need to specify a variable path after #! but seems to me that bash can't
For example I need to specify the $HOME or ~ path as in:
is there away to do this thing?
thanks for any help.
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