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  1. ShellCheck.net gives this:
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  3. $ shellcheck myscript
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  5. Line 1:
  6. sudo sed -i "s/#user = "root"/user = "$(id -un)"/g" /etc/libvirt/qemu.conf
  7. ^-- SC2148: Tips depend on target shell and yours is unknown. Add a shebang or a 'shell' directive.
  8. ^-- SC2140: Word is of the form "A"B"C" (B indicated). Did you mean "ABC" or "A\"B\"C"?
  9. ^-- SC2027: The surrounding quotes actually unquote this. Remove or escape them.
  10. ^-- SC2046: Quote this to prevent word splitting.
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  12. $
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  14. Line 1 SC2148: Tips depend on target shell and yours is unknown. Add a shebang or a 'shell' directive.
  15. Line 1 SC2140: Word is of the form "A"B"C" (B indicated). Did you mean "ABC" or "A\"B\"C"?
  16. Line 1 SC2027: The surrounding quotes actually unquote this. Remove or escape them.
  17. Line 1 SC2046: Quote this to prevent word splitting.
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