I am migrating an application from HP-UX to Redhat Linux and I have some files of scripts. In one of the script files I have the line /pylive/smartPAY/spserver/scripts/sp.con which is the correct path and file name for an existing file. However I get the message "No such File or Directory/pylive/smartPAY/spserver/scripts/sp.con" The script worked fine in HP-UX, why not in Redhat Linux?
Create a copy of the file above and call it commands.sorted. Use the vi command to manually sort this file. I.e. use yy to copy a line, P or p to paste a line, and dd delete a line. Order the commands with the two lines starting with double quotes first. Then list the rest of the command in alphabetical order.
Anyone have any ideas what he's talking about? Can I copy a file and rename it at the same time while copying it to the same exact directory again? Now sure what the two lines things means either. I have an email out to him but it usually takes a long time for him to answer me. I got alot of work to do so everytime I get hung up it kills me.
I want to copy all files with the name XYZ* into one folder. The problem is that the files are in different subfolders and that not even the depth of the folder structure is the same for all files. Luckily, at least each file has a unique name.
Of course, I thought about the cp command but I guess the depth of the folder structure needs to be the same for this to work.
I am new to Linux and I wanted to setup a dedicated game server on my notebook.
I've installed Ubuntu 9.04. I than created a directory named /home/phlex/kfserver. I downloaded the application binary from Steam. I changed the file permission with chmod +x hldsupdatetool.bin and now the file attributes are -rwxr-xr-x.
The problem is when I try to run the binary file. If I type ./hldsupdatetool.bin I get an error message "-bash: ./hldsupdatetool.bin: No such file or directory. It seems the OS can't find the file. I've downloaded the file several times thinking it may have been corrupt but it's not. I can delete the file, I can rename it and so the file is there. Sometimes Linux can be aggravating to use.
OK, should be enough for the first, ask if I forgot some Hardware...Because I can't find any driver, and I'm not sure. I'm a LINUX NOOOOOOOOOB!!I really want to install Linux openSUSE, I'm MICROSOFT/WINDOWS HATER since 1 month now!! PS: Wine can't start my favorite Programs like Project64 a N64 Emulator. It fails to start a game! I think the graphic plugin crashes... | The exact error message is: "Failed to extract ZIP Archive" or "Failed to load file".
### TO DO: Determine the report file name based on the source directory name and current date### The report name and thumbnail directory must follow this pattern: source-%j-%H### for example, for pictures in /home/you/pictures, the file name will be: pictures-%j-%H### HINT: Use sed to extract the directory name from the path and combine it with date command output
When I am compiling from the src, I run the ./configure script. While there might be error sometimes, I 'd like to ask, what're the 3 stars( ***) in front of the msg stand for? Do they stand for critical errors?
I have a file in some obscure directory that I want to open and edit. I don't want to do something like this...
I'd rather be able to say find this file and open it. I know there are commands like locate and find to find a file or directory, but I'm not sure whether these can (or even should) be utilized in what I'm trying to do. Basically, what is the simplest way to open a file with a program w/o specifying its exact location? (In cases where there isn't another file with the same name in the entire system, and cases where there are multiple).
I've got a big text file in which I know have probably made some typos (LaTeX). Sometimes I rewrite sentences several times and then end up with double pieces like "the the" or "is is" without noticing it. Most spell checkers that I can use in LaTeX are very basic so they do not notice these grammar errors. Is there a way that I can search for these repetitions by hand using sed or awk or something along these lines? Is there an app for that?
The software I just bought (Lightroom 2.1) contains instructions to get my serial. I downloaded the sofware on my desktop and installed it. In the terminal, I wrote "cd Desktop" and pressed enter, wrote "chmod +x keagan", pressed enter and wrote "./keagan" and I get this message: No such file or directory.Anybody can tell me what I am doing wrong? I am working on Mac OS 10.4.
I copied g95 executable under /usr/bin which is clearly in my PATH. When I type g95, it says "bash: /home/username/bin/g95: No such file or directory". Why doesn't it look for somewhere else that is in my PATH?
I am trying to compile the code. I am getting this following error. Am I missing any package?
x86_screen.h:12:22: error: X11/Xlib.h: No such file or directory In file included from osal_event.c:12: x86_screen.h:25: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before �Display� make: *** [osal_event.o] Error 1
I am trying to compile a memory map module cmem.ko from TI codec tools. This is for the DSPlink software development for the OMAP3530. I am compiling this on the host(Ubuntu). First error could not find cc1 and i re-installed gcc and added it to the path. That fixed that error but then I get to this:
cmem.c:38:19: error: stdio.h: No such file or directory cmem.c:39:20: error: unistd.h: No such file or directory cmem.c:40:22: error: sys/mman.h: No such file or directory
When testing my script for a question, I find that when I execute the expanded commands, I get no error message, but when I source the file with the command, I get 'No such file or directory'. Here is what I mean:
I am trying to compile a file named process_30sec.c(thats a C program) through the Ubuntu terminal and it is showing the following error in command terminal: process_30sec.c:15:23: error: asm/bitops.h: No such file or directory I have just started using Ubuntu&Linux so I am not familiar with lots of commands and things going around.I am using the following command to compile the process_30sec.c file:
kutub@ubuntu:~/Desktop$ gcc process_30sec.c
The above mentioned program file contains a header file <asm/bitops.h>, that I need to use in the program.It seems that this header file is not recognized by the system, and it needs to be included somewhere in the system so that the terminal would allow me to compile this program.
I'm trying to install a WiFi Wireless IEEE 802.11N/G/B WLAN 150Mbps Network Adapter USB2.0 on Slackware. I get the following message when I enter "make install." cannot stat rt3070sta.ko no such file or directory
I can use Ubuntu from my flash drive, but I want to install it in a partition alongside windows. When I try to do this, I come to an 'allocate drive space' window, but whatever I do I get the error message: 'No root file system is defined. Please correct this from the partitioning menu.' I just don't know what this means, or what to do next. I'm loathe to ditch windows, and I don't want to have to use a flashdrive all the time.
My ubuntu stops when mounting system hdd. The screen display the following messages :
mountall:/etc/fstab: No such file or directory fsck from util-linux-ng 2.16 WARNING: couldn't open /etc/fstab: No such file or directory init: mountall main process (545) terminated with status 1 General error mounting filesystems. A maintenance shell will now be started. CONTROL-D will terminate this shell and re-try. udevd: can not read '/etc/udev/rules.d/z80_user.rules. Ubuntu: clean, 474879/24231936 files/28016581/96898047 blocks root@i7:~# exit_
I suspect the disk manager pysdm that i had just installed today and it had crash during the previous session. The /etc/fstab file does not exist anymore and i cant rename the fstab.bak because the disk is read-only even for my root user
I am trying to upgrade my NAS with anew toolchain, gcc-4.5.2. The NAS have been "hacked" fonz_plug, that contain a gcc version 4.1.3 with uClibc. I have download all needed tar files and done the following.My goal is to upgrade the gcc to 4.5.2 and replace the ucLibc on the system with a GNU libc.
# Pass one # # binutils ./configure --prefix=/ffp --libdir=/ffp/lib --includedir=/ffp/include --with-gmp=/ffp --with-mpfr=/ffp But when I try to compile the gcc with ../configure --prefix=/ffp --libdir=/ffp/lib --includedir=/ffp/include --enable-__cxa_atexit --with-float=soft --enable-languages=c,c++ --with-build-sysroot=/ffp --with-build-time-tools=/ffp/bin --with-system-zlib --enable-threads=posix --disable-bootstrap
trying to write my thesis in Lyx 1.6. It works fine on my windows laptop at home but Not on my work computer. The problem is, when i try to view it in pdflatex it comes with with: Lyx: file name error The directory path to the document cannot contain spaces
can you see below command i give return me error however it has been working fine before. there is 1 directory i want to make it .tar.gz [root@sa1 script]# tar cvzf /var/opt/bkup_axigen/axigen_bkup_2.tar.gz /var/opt/axigen/domain tar: Removing leading `/' from member names tar: /var/opt/axigen/domain: Cannot stat: No such file or directory tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors