Richards Noah (IFR LIT MET)
Noah.Richards at infineon.com
Mon Jan 3 21:39:29 CET 2005
<RajaSrinivasan at hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> I have seen some previous messages about such a problem. I have this
> problem but it is not clear what the solution really was.
> I am running FC2, python 2.3.3
> the script i have sock.py runs if i say something like :
> python sock.py
> but ./sock.py results in a :bad interpreter error
> how do i troubleshoot something like this?
What does the first line of your script look like? It needs to be pointing
to the python interpreter binary, which you can locate with:
(on the command line). Check and make sure it is. If it is and you are
still getting this problem, post some code and the complete error.
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