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 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.
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.
Is it possible to make gdb automatically find the corresponding executable file? I have extracted the debug symbols and put them in the /usr/lib/debug/.build-id/ directory. When I start gdb with gdb /usr/bin/executable core everything is working fine.
Is it possible to create what the Mac Finder specifies as a "Unix Executable File" and run it in Terminal like any other command instead of creating a .sh or .command file? If so how and where can I learn how to make them? If not, how can I create a .sh file that can take options? For example, with the ls command you can type ls -a to list invisible files as well as visible ones.
I am trying to run Portable Truecrypt from a USB Pendrive. I already extracted the package and all but the only way it really opens Truecrypt is if the executable is on my home folder. It never works when the executable is on the pendrive.