bad interpreter: /bin/sh^M: no such file or directory solve problem

In this tutorial, How to solve bad interpreter when running the shell exit with “bad interpreter: /bin/sh^M: no such file or directory“. I will be using three methods. Linux the essential for DevOps Roles.

bad interpreter: /bin/sh^M: no such file or directory fixed

Method 1: Using vim editor

Open vim and insert the following command

:set fileformat=unix


:set ff=unix

Method 2: Using sed command

[huupv@huupv devopsroles]$ sed -i 's/\r//' FILE_NAME

Method 3: I Using dos2unix command

[huupv@huupv devopsroles]$ dos2unix FILE_NAME


Thought the article, You have solved the problem “bad interpreter: /bin/sh^M: no such file or directory” as above. I hope will this your helpful. Thank you for reading the DevopsRoles page!

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