^ M Command Not found, shell script execution

^M Command Not found, shell script execution

if you get an error, in unix duh-uh, which says “^M Command not found”, that means, you just got a freaking extra useless “space” somewhere in your script (while running the script generally the exception comes immediately after execution/interpretation of the line, where you left the space in the file).
you can also run unix2dos which will help you in this.

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6 Responses to “^ M Command Not found, shell script execution”

  1. krishna Says:

    Thanks a lot for the valuable info.

  2. Nagendra Says:

    thats great info

  3. bash-user Says:

    You saved today my day! TIA!

  4. click here Says:

    An cool blog post right there mate ! Cheers for it !

  5. Raghu Says:

    Thanks much, you saved my day.

  6. sree Says:

    is it possible to apply “unix2dos” to all files in a directory tree at same time??Thanks in advance.

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