I'm creating a bash script that will run only once, but after that, it'll create another bash script. I've tried to use CAT EOT, but the problem is that, instead of copy/paste the text inside the new bash, it "executes" all variables inside.
E.g.: instead of write "
To prevent variables from being expanded in a here-doc, put quotes around the token.
cat <<'EOT' This is a here-doc that contains $variable EOT