Spark assumes that /bin/bash exists in src/resources/startup.sh
If such a requirement is needed then it should be using /usr/bin/env to find bash, but a better solution is to change #
Next to me there are two bottles of water, the window is open so it is a little chilly here, oh wait - that's not what you wanted.
I'm on a FreeBSD i386 machine
Sorry. I didn't realize that "#" lines are special. Those should have been # !/bin/bash to # !/bin/sh (without the spaces)
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