Re: Autorun

From: Bejhan Jetha (nhlstar6@YAHOO.COM)
Date: 01/12/02

On Sat, 12 Jan 2002 01:41:58 +0600, krenshala <> wrote:

>On Fri, Jan 11, 2002 at 08:26:08PM -0600, Patrick Dughi was heard to say:
>> > Well okay I tried doing ./autorun & because I am using a UNIX
emulator. But
>> > it keeps saying bin not found.
>>         I'm going to task a shot in the dark here, and assume you're
>> running in windows, using cygwin tools (which are not unix emulators).
>> this is the case, then I also assume that you did not look in the /doc
>> directory and read the README.CYGWIN document which shows you how to
>> execute the autorun program.
>>         If I'm wrong, I can accept that.  I don't have any idea what
>> you're doing wrong based on the information you've given (which is fairly
>> scant).  I can only assume that the bin/circle call is failing because
>> slash goes the other way and you're running it in windows
>> shells.
>>                                                 PjD
>> ps if it is cygwin, try using bash shell
>My guess is that the first line does not look in the correct location for
>the shell it is trying to invoke.  It's probably looking for /bin/sh or
>similar and can't find it.  Just change the path to the correct one for
>your setup and it should (*fingers crossed*) work.

Okay is the setup just the file autorun with no extension and what is the
correct location?

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