"bad interpreter" for executables saved in macos partition

Discussion in 'Linux Guest OS Discussion' started by FrancescoD4, Apr 15, 2021.

  1. FrancescoD4

    FrancescoD4 Bit Poster

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    Hello,

    I am running debian (testing at 15.4.2020) on parallels with success. Parallels tools installed smoothly with kernel 5.10.26-1. I have two issues:
    1) no sound device is recognised (not so important)
    2) more important: all executables that are in the macos partition fail to run with:
    bash: /media/psf/Home/test_script.sh: /bin/bash: bad interpreter: Invalid argument
    ### the test_script.sh was created in the linux env and moved in the macos shared partition and it contains only:
    #!/bin/bash
    echo "test"
    #######

    this problem was not present with the official kernel of stable debian (4.19.0-16)
     
  2. FrancescoD4

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    I noticed this error in the dmesg:
    [ 2433.743503] kernel read not supported for file /test.sh (pid: 8554 comm: bash)
     
  3. FrancescoD4

    FrancescoD4 Bit Poster

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    update: kernel 5.9.0 seems to work fine
     
  4. (GalaxyMaster)

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  5. FrancescoD4

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    Ah sorry, I missed it
     

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