I think the right left and hand side of the executable this executable line in question is all there; nothing is lacking. I will include the whole set of code to show you. This is program compiles ... [by newport_j]
on 11/21/2012 – Made popular on 11/21/2012
Could not locate executable gfortran
Could not locate executable f95
Could not locate executable ifort
Could not locate executable ifc
Could not locate executable lf95
Could not locate executable pgfortran
Could not locate executable f90
Could not locate executable f77
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I have some Python scripts, that I keep in a repository; they are plain-text files, but if their executable bit is set, then the online repository page serves them as binary downloads, not as plain text pages. Thus, I'd prefer to keep these scripts non-executable.
Now by executable CD I mean a disk that usually would run and install a program but for some reason isn't. I would particularly like to know how to install it from the command line (terminal). Please do help. The program on the CD is an .iso file.
I have a java program to which I made some optimization by doing part of the code in C++. I included the C++ executable in the self contained runnable jar. When the program runs and I need to use this executable I extract it to the current folder and run it.
The problem that I found is that when I extract the file it no longer seems to be considered an executable.
I have a question related to how to install a built executable program with cmake when it relies on some external libraries. Suppose my executable is abc, and it relies on two external libraries: lib1.so and lib2.so.