I have a flask web app.
I previously hosted it on Heroku, and now imported it to Replit.
When I run the application as it is, it gives me the following error:
flask db upgrade; gunicorn microblog:flaskapp
sh: /home/runner/denselayersalpha/venv/bin/flask: /Users/amanagarwal/Documents/PROGRAMMING/denselayers_beta/venv/bin/python: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
sh: /home/runner/denselayersalpha/venv/bin/gunicorn: /Users/amanagarwal/Documents/PROGRAMMING/denselayers_beta/venv/bin/python: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
exit status 126
I have no idea what’s going on, could someone explain what’s happening? I’m happy to destroy and re-initialize the venv if that’s what it takes!
I was going to manually scan through your code but then I looked at what an absolute unit it is and decided I need to ask: where the error is, that is, if you could be more specific
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Hi, it’s denselayers_alpha (as @bigminiboss mentioned below).
The statement above is run from the Procfile. It seems to be looking up some files that have my personal computer’s paths on them, but I don’t know how to update them.
try after running in shell
Hey, thanks! I tried it, but it doesn’t work
I still get exactly the same error.
What command are you using to run it?
Just the big green RUN button… I believe it refers to the command in the Procfile!