kassube at gmx.net
Sun Sep 2 07:15:22 UTC 2007
Christian Leng wrote:
> in console, typing
> $ ./eg
> will run it.
> you can change the user limits first
> $ sudo chmod u+x eg
If you compile a program, it IS executable for the user who compiled it.
Furthermore you don't need sudo to make a file executable if it is owned
by yourself. Please don't use sudo if it isn't needed.
> then you can just type
> $ eg
> to run it.
That doesn't work because the current directory usually is not in your
$PATH -- you should use ./eg anyway.
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