I have installed lilypond 2.14.1 on my Fedora 14 machine, as per the lilypond instructions for linux. When I run lilypond, it gives the following error message. /usr/local/lilypond/usr/bin/lilypond: error while loading shared libraries: libgmp.so.3: cannot enable executable stack as shared object requires:Permission denied I see several threads here already about executable stacks. I have already tried execstack to set/clear the flag for that shared object. Neither allows lilypond to run.
i am trying to install xilinx 11.1 on fedora core 12 FEL.i have mounted the image file using mount -o loop and put it in a directory near opt.i am getting the following error: error while loading shared libraries: libSecurity.so: cannot enable executable stack as shared object requires: Permission denied.I already installed this on a standalone fedora 12 KDE and it did install. i need to mention that this time, the fedora 12 is installed on VMware, could this be creating that problem ?
- Newly installed Fedora 14- Firefox 3.6.12- All latest Fedora updates installed- Denial occured after the installation of jre1.6.0_22 from here - Linux (self-extracting file) and creating symbolic links as follows;
I hope this post stands in the right section.I have a commandline i need to enter in terminal when i want to run a program. i tought lets put that piece of command in an .sh file and just click the file to run the program (then i dont need to open terminal first an give in the command) however the .sh file does not open the program. so i propably need to make a executable (application/x-executable).
It so happens that some files that I am trying to make executable by chmod +x <filename> or otherwise are not becoming executables, rather the tick mark on the option is removed the very instant I put it on . Is there any thread of virus or any other reason for this.
I have created a file named as pm under the path /home/ppp/ i.e. /home/ppp/pmTo make it executable, I've used command: chmod a+x /home/ppp/pm while residing in root directory.But while trying to run from root by typing ./pm or within the directory /home/ppp, it was displaying that directory not found.Please help by providing the step by step procedure, so that I would be able to run my file from root or from the directory.
I have downloaded the file "bitnami-wordpress-3.0-0-linux-installer.bin", it's a Wordpress stack, with PHP and apache and whatnot.. I am asked to make it executable using "chmod a+x <installer file>"what do i do? cd to where it is, and "chmod a+x <bitnami-wordpress-3.0-0-linux-installer.bin>"?and if yes, i just double click on it afterat to run the installation?
Morning all , not sure how to put this. I have a .sh executable script I use for video encoding. I want the system to be able to see it no matter where in which folder I am. I want to be able to execute that script in terminal in any folder. How can I make it part of the system path. ? Don't know if my wording is right but I think you guys know what I mean.
I am running into a snag on .exe files in Lucid. I have Wine installed, but I can not open the file as it is blocked from executing with a window popping up telling me that this file was blocked due to security reasons. I go into the files properties and try to change the permission but that does not help. Is there a way to get around this? Possibly in the terminal as root?
I have noticed that in the /etc directory there are some subdirectories of /etc/cron.daily and /etc/cron.hourly. Also I have determined that there is a service included as part of the Fedora OS 'crond' which I have started with the use of 'service crond start'. My question is this. If I drop an executable file into the '/etc/cron.daily' directory will it just run? If not what configuration files should I go about editing to run my executable daily? There seems to be a pretty large network of cron related files. I'm trying to make sense out of all of it.
I downloaded Java from the Java website, and went into the root to try and make it an executable file, and it says "chmod: cannot access `home/Non-Admin/Downloads/jre-6u25-linux-i586-rpm.bin': No such file or directory". Is there some sort of program I can install that will automatically turn the rpm.bin/.bin into an executable file?
I cant make files executable anymore.using chmod or from file properties.. it isn't working. AS far as I remember, I didn't make any changes in the user settings and my account has the administrator rights. For an un-executable file, say a jpg or a txt, it can be done.but doesn't happen with a .sh, .py or any other xecutable. chmodi-ing shows no error, but the file isn't executable. Through the GUI, when I check the box , its immediately unchecked again.
I'm trying to execute script (java,php) on startup....before this we set it in /etc/inittab and it works find, but lately i found that the php script not startup as usual after we do yum update( although java script still run normally). code...
Another thing i want to ask is, if i have more scripts to run at startup, what should i do becoz there is limited terminal that i can use. Someone told me that i can:
1)-put the script in /etc/init.d such that i can add it with chkconfig and run as service (not sure how to do this in details also)
2)-add a script in /etc/rc.local (not sure how?write what script)
I have NDISWRAPPER installed on my laptop, but when I try to install the download file which is a Windows Xp dos executable file of 8mbs I have tried every thing but without success I can see my Iomega 250 Zip drive when I go into system>administration>disk utilities and acess properties but cannot make it run,
In a project I'm working on with a few other people, I got the task of writing an assembler. The last thing I do is convert the commands into a binary representation, and jam it into a file. Now one of my teammates said he'd like to be able to "reference" the code within another program. He said he'd be able to do this if the file I output is a Linux object file. I'm thinking it'd also work as an executable. Anyway, he said he'd like to be able to grab the file and reference the binary by address. I'm still fuzzy on this, and if you're confused with what I said here, please tell me so I can ask him for better details.Anyway, I'm aware that gcc can compile files to ".o", but that's only for C/C++, and my file is just binary. I'm also aware of "ld", but I haven't seen any use of it to help me. I'm happy to hear suggestions as to what I can do. If anything, I think I'll implement a few functions to grab the bits and hand them to him in an array or something.