收录日期:2020/10/28 07:05:22 时间:2011-09-12 19:07:26 标签:python,ubuntu-9.04

I update the kernel, after that the Ubuntu doesn't work well, PS: I try to exec "meld" command, it will report that "/usr/bin/env: python: No such file or directory", then I exec "sudo apt-get install python" and get the result "python is already the newest version.", what should I do for it.


I'm not good at linux, can you tell me how to revert my linux to the last right status, or reinstall the python normally.

Having been momentarily stumped by this error myself, I thought I'd post how I fixed my problem.

My problem was an error:

: No such file or directory

Which made little sense to me. My problem is that my editor had silently converted the script from Unix LF to Windows CR/LF line-termination. A rather unfortunate upshot of this is that "#!/usr/bin/env python" actually became "#!/usr/bin/env python\015" where \015 is the invisible CR character... /usr/bin/env was, then, unable to find a command "python\015" - hence the file-not-found error.

Converting the script to Unix line-ending convention solved my problem... but only after a few minutes' head-scratching.