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Bash Unexpected End of File Error After Installing RVM


Bash Unexpected End of File Error After Installing RVM

By : Valectar
Date : November 17 2020, 11:58 AM
may help you . It looks to me like you have a stray "i" at the end of the second line:
code :
eval "$(rbenv init -)i"
export PATH="/Users/pc3sq/.rbenv/shims:${PATH}"
# [...]
rbenv() {
    # [...]
}i


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in bash script unexpected "syntax error: unexpected end of file" on if statement

in bash script unexpected "syntax error: unexpected end of file" on if statement


By : user3473459
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue You're on Cygwin, right?
As I said in a comment, when I copy-and-paste your script and run it on my system, it works; the output is
code :
true
end
Unexpected end of file error in bash

Unexpected end of file error in bash


By : gordon grau
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Try to indent the code properly, so it will pop in your eyes that there are some blocks missing. I did it in a very general way and I found out there is one:
code :
#! /bin/bash
# A simple command to classify triangle type

if [[ -n $1 && -n $2 && -n $3 ]] #block1
then
    if [[ -z $4 && -z $5 && -z $6 && -z $7 && -z $8 && -z $9 ]] #block2
    then
        if [[ a -gt 0 && b -gt 0 && c -gt 0 ]] #block3
        then
            if [[ $((a+b)) -gt c && $((b+c)) -gt a && $((a+c)) -gt b ]] #block4
            then
                if [[ a -eq b || a -eq c || b -eq c ]] #block5
                then
                    if [[ a -eq b && a -eq c && b -eq c ]] #block6
                    then
                    elif [[ ( a -eq b && a -ne c ) || ( b -eq c && b -ne a ) || ( a -eq c && b -ne c ) ]]
                    then
                    fi
                elif [[ a -ne b && a -ne c && b -ne c ]] #block5
                then
                   if [[ x -eq 0 || y -eq 0 || z -eq 0 ]] #block6
                   then
                   else
                   fi
                else
                fi
            else #block4
            fi
        else #block3
        fi  
    else #block2
    fi
##### missing one if block
bash error: ./mac_or_linux.sh: line 19: syntax error: unexpected end of file - Nested ifs

bash error: ./mac_or_linux.sh: line 19: syntax error: unexpected end of file - Nested ifs


By : Paulo Florentino
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. shellcheck is always a good place to start. The error is that you are missing a final fi.
When that is said, you should know about elif:
code :
if [ "$osch" -eq 1 ]; then
  do_stuff
elif [ "$osch" -eq 2 ]; then
  do_other_stuff
fi
case $osch in
  1) do_stuff ;;
  2) do_other_stuff ;;
  *) echo "osch doesn't contain 1 nor 2" >&2 ;;
esac
How to fix an unexpected end of file error in bash?

How to fix an unexpected end of file error in bash?


By : Mae Hermano
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Your first for loop lacks a done.
Here's a working version with improved formatting (but with all original flaws and bugs left inside, I just fixed the one issue asked for here):
code :
#!/bin/bash

$total;
for i in $(
  grep 01/Oct/2006 log.txt | 
    cut -d' ' -f1 |
      sort |
        uniq -c |
          tail);
do
  if [[ $i =~ ^[0-9]+$ ]]
  then
    $total += $i
  fi
done

for i in $(
  grep 01/Oct/2006 log.txt |
    cut -d' ' -f1 |
      sort |
        uniq -c |
          sort -rn |
            head -10 |
              tr -s ' ' |
                cut -d' ' -f2,3 |
                  sed -E 's/(\S*) (\S*)/\2 - \1/' |
                    nl -s'. ')
do 
  if ! [[ $i =~ ^[0-9]+$ ]];
  then
    printf " $i - ";
  else
    printf " $i - 0$(echo "scale=0; $i / $total" | bc)%% " ;
  fi
done
unexpected eof error in bash file

unexpected eof error in bash file


By : MicroCyclops
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need I'm creating a small program that does some simple math, but cannot run it. It just outputs "Unexpected end of file." I can't seem to find the error.. ? , At first glance I see 2 issues with your script:
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