Why does the shell script always break down when running for statement Back
- When running
forstatement in Ubuntu, you'll always find the command line will print out something as follow:
Syntax error: Bad for loop variable
- The reason is that Ubuntu has used dash shell instead of bash shell since Ubuntu 6.10, because it's lighter.
- Solution: just set back to bash:
sudo dpkg-reconfigure dash # choose no
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