Build Your Own Blogging Application, Part 2
Subject:   Script
Date:   2004-12-19 19:32:51
From:   ptwobrussell
Response to: Script

Bash is telling you that it can't find executable files by the names of or in the current directory (the same one that is located in)

One of three things is extremely likely:

1) Those files are simply not in the same directory as, or

2) You've misspelled their their names/forgot an extension, or most likely:

3) You don't have executable permissions set on these files and therefore it can't 'find' them because they're not 'commands'. To check permissions, type 'ls -al <filename>' and make sure that you see at least one 'x' in the output. Do a 'man ls' for more info on exactly what the output means.

Let me know how it goes.

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  1. Script
    2004-12-20 07:50:40  manuelderieux [View]

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