GNU Emacs 24.3.1 on
Ubuntu 14.04 and I have a bash script:
~/path/to the/script/test.sh. As you see the path has
space character. Script has a simple content:
ENTRY=`zenity --password --username`
When I try to run script from
C-c C-x(execute script option from
Sh-Script menu), without marking any region, I got this error:
/bin/bash: ~/path/to: No such file or directory Comint exited abnormally with code 127 ...
But when I try to run that from bash, it runs normally:
So I'm sure the problem is in about
space character in path of script. Also I do not want to change the path (by removing
space and for example replacing it by '_') because it is a part of a nested/linked content manager system and changing it may cause a big problem. Is there a way to solve this problem without changing path of script?