/usr/bin/env: ruby: No such file or directory

I am trying to make my application (OpenProject) starting with the
system boot, but to test the script as root, returns me the error:

/usr/bin/env:ruby: No such file or directory.

My script is like this:

#! / bin / bash RAILS_ENV = “production” cd / home / openproject /
openproject su -c openproject “bundle exec rails server”

Someone help?

On May 18, 2015, at 7:26 AM, Douglas L. [email protected]
wrote:

/usr/bin/env:ruby

Space, not colon. /usr/bin/env is a command, ruby is an argument to that
command.

On May 18, 2015, at 7:26 AM, Douglas L. [email protected]
wrote:

#! / bin / bash RAILS_ENV = “production” cd / home / openproject /
openproject su -c openproject “bundle exec rails server”

Sorry, responded too quickly. What follows #! should be the path to the
interpreter for the script. So have you really jumbled it all onto one
line with lots of extra spaces in the path names, or is that just
something that happened when you copied & pasted??? Anyway, should
probably be something like:

#! /bin/bash

RAILS_ENV =…

With the command being some that you’ve tested and established actually
works—because what you’ve posted in your email certainly wont’ (spaces
in the path to your project).

Scott R. wrote in post #1173705:

On May 18, 2015, at 7:26 AM, Douglas L. [email protected]
wrote:

#! / bin / bash RAILS_ENV = “production” cd / home / openproject /
openproject su -c openproject “bundle exec rails server”

Sorry, responded too quickly. What follows #! should be the path to the
interpreter for the script. So have you really jumbled it all onto one
line with lots of extra spaces in the path names, or is that just
something that happened when you copied & pasted??? Anyway, should
probably be something like:

#! /bin/bash

RAILS_ENV =…

With the command being some that you’ve tested and established actually
works—because what you’ve posted in your email certainly wont’ (spaces
in the path to your project).

It was just what I posted it came out well, the script is all together
with no spaces.

Thanks for your reply, in which file I should edit?

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