chrome-cli is installed into another directory on my laptop (/opt/homebrew/bin/) but by calling "/opt/homebrew/bin/chrome-cli open https://github.com/prasmussen/chrome-cli" it worked fine.
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RE: How to execute bash script on a mac
Yes you are right ./ means current directory but I have tried the full path, a tilde + the rest of the directory and even into a directory visible by the PATH but nothing happens when I click on the execute button. Other commands works fine (ie open -a Calculator) but not this one. I will make more investigations and thanks for you input.
How to execute bash script on a mac
I have tried many things, but I am not able to run a simple bash script on my mac
#!/bin/bash chrome-cli open https://github.com/prasmussen/chrome-cli
I want to use chrome-cli to automate chrome from my google home device. Obviously the bash script works fine when executed in the console.
Thanks in advance.