klapotec at chello.at
Mon Jan 3 21:52:16 CET 2005
On Mon, 03 Jan 2005 12:24:09 -0800, RajaSrinivasan wrote:
> 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?
Check the first line of your script - it should set the path to the Python
interpreter. It should look something like this:
which doesn't explicitly set the path to the interpreter, but checks the
environment variable called python for that path. If your python
executable lives somewhere the first line or the environment variable
doesn't point to, you'll need to correct that.
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