if I try to start crytomator from commandline (via fish shell), I get the following error:
qupfer@xxx ~> cryptomator.sh Failed to execute process '/usr/bin/cryptomator.sh'. Reason: exec: Exec format error The file '/usr/bin/cryptomator.sh' is marked as an executable but could not be run by the operating system.
It seems (for me), that the script has a “wrong” shebang.
Its actual #/bin/sh instead #!/bin/sh
qupfer@xxx ~> cat (which cryptomator.sh) #/bin/sh java \ -Xmx512m \ -Dcryptomator.logPath=~/.Cryptomator/cryptomator.log \ -Dcryptomator.upgradeLogPath=~/.Cryptomator/upgrade.log \ -Dcryptomator.settingsPath=~/.Cryptomator/settings.json \ -jar /usr/share/java/cryptomator/Cryptomator-1.3.2.jar
Not a big issue, because easy to fix and probaly on most linux systems not even noticeable because other shells execute it correctly (zsh, bash). Or is it even a bug from the fish shell?