Incorrect shebang in

if I try to start crytomator from commandline (via fish shell), I get the following error:

qupfer@xxx ~>
Failed to execute process '/usr/bin/'. Reason:
exec: Exec format error
The file '/usr/bin/' 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
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?

Hm, what Linux distro are you using and how did you install Cryptomator? Just looked up our PPA build as an example and it’s actually something that we’ve fixed a year ago:

But maybe we’ve missed it in other builds. :sweat_smile:

Thanks for your quick respons.
I use ubuntu 16.04 LTE and used: ppa:sebastian-stenzel/cryptomator (from the main page)

Fixed the package in 1.3.2-0ppa2.