The permission bit in a file mode that allows a file to be run as a program. Also, questions related the format of program files, and to locating and executing program files.

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How can I run a linux build on an NTFS drive?

I'm running under Ubuntu but using a shared drive which is NTFS formatted. I've got blender sitting in a folder (it's the 2.66RC build with some trivial python customisations.) I'm calling blender ...
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setxkbmap configuration

I'm using Lubuntu 13.04 without executing lxpanel (I killed it on purpose because I don't want to use it for the project I'm working on now). The problem is that, without lxpanel executing, the run ...
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Updating the desktop icons after moving a manually-installed program

I'm new here. I've installed a program manually and now I've moved the program files to a new location. How do I update the path of the program for my old launcher icons to work properly? -- without ...
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Create a package for debian that contain other program/deb package

I need some direction about this matter. I need to create a package or an executable program that will install some other deb package like tightvnc... So basically when I user execute my package, ...
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Can't run executable file on Ubuntu, terminal expects sudo, or gives errors like “Invalid or incomplete multibyte or wide character”

I'm trying to run executable files on Ubuntu, but it's not working, although the exact same executable file works fine on others' machines, which are also running Ubuntu 12.04 like me. Based on this, ...
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Can capabilities be used in scripts without setcap'ing the interpreter binary?

Right now I'm using cap_net_bind_service MY_USERNAME in /etc/security/capability.conf. Now I just need to set cap_net_bind_service+i on the interpreter of my favouite scripting language to be able to ...
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Shebang: History and Purpose

I have few questions about the magic number #!, the shebang. I read that it was introduced by Dennis Ritchie in the 70s as a way to see a script as an executable file. I don't understand, why it was ...
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Set list of applications allowed for execution by unprivileged user

I am working on a project of security enforced Linux-based system (kernel 2.6.32 + Gnome 2 + Centos package base mostly). We need to implement the restriction of execution of unallowed executables. ...
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/proc/self/maps - 3rd mapped piece of file?

I'm running Arch linux on my laptop, which is kernel 3.12.9 right now. Something has changed about the way the kernel maps in a dynamically-linked executable and I can't figure it out. Here's the ...
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What are the ramifications of running binaries over NFS?

Our small business has about 10 employee workstations and an LDAP/NFS server infrastructure. We need to deploy our proprietary application (a compiled binary) on all of the workstations. But since we ...
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chroot segfault

I've been trying to create a LXC container (lxc create) but at the end I get these messages: W: Failure trying to run: chroot /var/cache/lxc/debian/wheezy_armhf.partial mount -t proc proc /proc W: ...
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python error using an executable with Z shell

I'm getting this error from the Unix Z shell (I'm on Mac): python: posix_spawn: /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/Resources/Python.app/Contents/MacOS/Python: No such file or ...