Re: [mu TECH] technical questions [ english ]

From: Karl-Heinz Zimmer (khz@stardivision.de)
Date: Fri May 21 1999 - 17:26:36 CEST


> I've done some development stuff on Red Hat 6.0
[...]
> Well, I compiled the program on Red Hat, and rebooted
> with muLinux - mounted the Red Hat drive (HD), and moved
> to the directory where i compiled everything. I can SEE the
> executeable - it even has a little * at the end of the file. But
> when i try to run it, it says "file not found". I tried both

> filename

> and

> ./filename

> and it didn't work.

Did you try ls l to look for the little 'x' that normally
indicated files that can be executed by the owner/group/others
respectively ?

To make a file executable you might want to use the chmod command
(see 'man chmod').

> PS. Any hopes of a FAQ ? to answer this question on development
> or running created apps ? or even how to develop for muLinux ?

Oh, there *will* be a FAQ soon, but do not ask me /how/ soon this will
come true! It mainly depends from such unimportant questions as 'when
will i have the time to do it'... ;-)

Anybody listening ? Ok, here is my plan: i want to collect as many
questions and answers as possible for making a nice little ''muLinux
NewUser's Site'' on the web. All of you who want to contribute
something are hereby invited to do so by just sending your ideas and
useful content here t the list...

Greetings,

Karl-Heinz



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