I want to automatically execute commands with the prefix
$/usr/bin/env composer install (this runs OK) $/usr/bin/env cd public (failed ---> /usr/bin/env: cd: No such file or directory)
I'm new to Linux and in my opinion, using
/usr/bin/env is a weird way to write commands. I wonder why my second line didn't work (while some worked, like
The reason I cannot get rid of
/usr/bin/env is that I'm using Capistrano and it keeps prepending the prefix. If there is a way to get rid of
/usr/bin/env, that's even better.
Thank you in advance.