I'm trying to make an alias for my shell script which is saved in
Therefore, I added following line to
After saving, I executed
I think the alias itself is working fine, but ./ doesn't find the file. Why? I've tried multiple things (e.g.
~/Dokumente/music.sh) but nothing works.
I can execute the script when I type
./music.sh within the containing folder. That shouldn't be the point…
I want the script being executable from any direction with this user.
Any help would be appreciated!