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 had a situation in which the the path of the file to be copied is written in other file and I had to copy it using shell script..I can use cp $(cat /home/robert/location.txt) /media/sda1 on normal linux shell...But I am using buildroot script where $(cat /home/robert/location.txt) evaluate to nothing..is just blank..
I'm taking here about tins of directories, thousands of files. I'm looking to find a command that makes me able to move the results above to another path, and to create that path once it doesn't exist like below:
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.
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?
some of the programs that i downloaded are launched with a linux executible file and i don't know how to make it work, how do i execute it double clicking doesn't help it just asks me which program i would like toopen the file with
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 a computer with Windows and I am running a Matlab program remotely in a Linux server. That (matlab) program will use an executable file (.exe) to analize some data; and that data will be used as input to a program that I can only run in the linux server.I need to run an executable file (.exe) from matlab in a linux enviroment. Is this possible?
I have program (command line) that requires another program be installed and in its path. So I downloaded the file (.tgz), and extracted. I followed the compile and make instructions and ended up with a folder on my desktop that contains the excutable but is not in the path of the the other program. How can I do this..I think that I have about 20 more .tgz files to do this with.
i am using classpath-0.98,jamvm-1.5.4 and arm9 cortex processor. so my question is after install classpath and jamvm on arm9 , i am getting around 30MB FAT file. so tell me some tips how to reduce the size of FAT file as much as possible.
I have asked this over on Launchpad and have found bugs filed on the eclipse bug tracker but it seems to be going nowhere so I guess ill ask here.
I am using Eclipse for some development work and having saved a file, defocus the eclipse window (to test changes in a browser) when I refocus the eclipse window I get the following error...
The file 'path omyfile' has been changed on the file system.Do you want to replace the editor contents with these changes?
I have searched and searched and this seems to be a CIFS/SAMBA problem. I even found one solution suggesting that changing his mounts from cifs to smbfs fixed his problem however that would appear not to be an option for me since using smbfs in the fstab causes cifs mounts. This problem would seem to occur in Bluefish as well as some other IDE's so it is not an Eclipse issue.
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I have just installed SABnzb application in my home folder. The executable file is SABnzb.py When I run the command in the Konsole # python SABnzb.py I have this Quote: python: can't open file 'SABnzbd.py': [Errno 2] No such file or directory
when I delete a running executable or script, it usually (for me, pretty much always, but I don't know if it will work in every case) continues to run without any problems. So I've got two questions here: Where is the running executable/script being run from? RAM memory? If stored in RAM or where ever, is there a way to extract the executable/script from that location? If it makes any difference, I'm using Ubuntu 11.04.
I just installed XMMS and I want to create a shortcut on the desktop to run it. I found a how-to video for creating shortcuts so I have the gist of it (I was able to create one for Firefox) but I don't know where to find the executable file for XMMS to do the same. I just don't know enough about Linux's file structure to know where to look.
I want to run an executable file during or post linux installation which take input from user and closes on click of "ok" button. The thing i want to accomplish is something like the screen that turn up during the installation, like setting time or selecting some packages and then pressing next button...i want to do a similar stuff like the above said using my applicatio
I'm new to Linux world. I'm using Ubuntu 9.04. I'm unable to go online using Ubuntu because I'm unable to run an executable client application provided by my ISP. I called them and they are not able to help me instlling this client applicatoin for me on my Ubuntu. "I cannot go online untill I install this ISP client application on my Ubuntu." I'm entering my ISPs weblink in this blogpost so that it would be easy for you guys to help me resolving this issue. http://www.spacenetindia.net/download.php This is the weblink where I downloaded that ISP client application from. I clicked on this link and clicked on 24online clients.exe tab located on the left and downloaded linuxclient.gz. Please help me if you find any resolution for this issue. Though I tried downloading Wine but I could not as I cannot go onlnie in Ubuntu. In windows I don't know how to install wine to make it work offline in ubuntu.b