Bash script "no such file or directory"
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samc • 0

I am trying to run a bash script using the sed replace command, and it keeps outputting that there is "No such file or directory" for every command.

I have set data path as current directory: DATA_PATH= "."

And still the script is not outputting the files. When I try to run a single command outside of the script however, it does work!

Anyone have any insight?

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I am trying to run a bash script using the sed replace command

show us the content of this script and how it was invoked.

I have set data path as current directory: DATA_PATH= "."

nobody knows what is DATA_PATH unless we see the content of the script.

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This is how the script was initiated:

> #!/bin/bash

>$DATA_PATH="."

> $sed '1 s/A/G/' input.file > output.file
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4 months ago

remove those '$' a the beginning of the lines....

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Wow, thank you I am very new to command line and writing bash scripts!!!

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