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how to run powershell commands in linux?

need to run powershell command in linux. powershell core is installed but if i give pwsh as a command in the tasks, the process is not ending 

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edwin Rising Star Aug 30, 2018

Hi @Raghavan,

Please check if the folder housing pwsh is in your PATH.

Also, confirm the name - i'm seeing it installed in


yes, i have included the path as an executable in the tasks like /usr/bin/pwsh and try to using it in bamboo tasks.


Try using a Bamboo script task instead

#!/usr/bin/env pwsh 

Write-Host "Using Powershell $($PSVersionTable.PSEdition) v$($PSVersionTable.PSVersion)"

Thanks for the prompt reply..


however we are trying to run few powershell scripts using powershell core installed in amazon linux... any help is appreciated.


Thank you.

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