I installed a software on OpenSUSE. However, to open it one has to type /usr/local/software/start_software everytime. I tried creating a symbolic link using sudo ln -s ...
So, I've an executable in my debian server and this executable located in /home/human/ExecuteIt, still i cant figure it out how to run my executable in another location. In my case it is ...
I want to execute phylocon on a mac OS X lion but after changing the path and making the file executable, I get the error 'cannot execute binary file'. But the steps that I took to running the command ...
I want to call a python script script.py from the terminal by simply typing script. Is this possible? If so, how? I know I can avoid typing python script.py by adding #!/usr/bin/env python to the top ...
Let's suppose I have compiled something and I run it like so: $ /path/to/my/executable/mycmd Hello World What do I need to do to run it like $ mycmd Hello World from everywhere in my computer? ...
I imagine there's a environment variable or some setting I'm unaware of, but this is driving me nuts. baco:~ # ls -la /root/subversion-1.4.6/subversion/svnadmin/.libs/svnadmin -rwxr-x--- 1 ...
I watched a video lecture today that introduced C and things like how to make a C program that will run in Linux. I followed the steps given and now I'm stuck with a bit of a problem. I created my C ...
Why do we use ./filename to execute a file in linux? Why not just enter it like other commands gcc, ls etc...