Re: [newbie][code/running]hmm..part 2!

From: Dave (
Date: 01/16/97


I tried ./autorun and ./autorun & and I got a Permission Denied...I am on
BSD and at the topof autorun the file says !/bin/sh..does this mean I need
to get permission to use that or something?

>The solution for this is the same as the colution for the autorun
>problem. In some operatins systems, the current directory " . "
>is not in the path by default. What this means is that you will
>have to type "./<filename>" to run the executable. For example:
>./autorun &
>The " ./ " means "in the current directory".
>    -Brian

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