How can I run an .sh file in eclipse instead of an executable?
I need to start the executable with a special command. My sh file would look like this optirun ./executable
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
Could not locate executable fort
Could not locate
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.
In my 64-bit Solaris, my gcc will generate 32-bit executable file (for generating 64-bit executable file, need add "-m64" compile option) by default. While in my 64-bit Linux, my gcc will generate 64-bit executable file by default. I try to find the cause in gcc website, but unfortunately, there are so many related options (--with-arch, --with-cpu, --with-abi, etc).
If you are faced with a non-root remote command execution vulnerability, and there is a foreign executable that's running on your Linux system from a user with only non-administrator privileges, what's the best way to preserve the executable and its state, and terminate the access?
The executable file itself is marked as deleted, so, it's not possible to simply make a copy of it.
I need to run the executable file by double clicking.While double click the executable its asking below message
"Myapp" is an executable file. Do you want to execute it? with option
Execute in Terminal
Its running Fine when I press executable. How to run the executable without above message display? in linux.
So I have elf executable file from a montavista linux ARM device and I wanna know if I can run this application on another ARM device, different linux distro, and/or a desktop machine using some sort of "emulator" or tool kit.
The file command says the file is:
ELF 32-bit LSB executable, ARM, version1, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.4.17, not stripped