Joined: Oct. 2005
||Posted: Sep. 16 2007,12:48
The binary isn't the issue for me, as, like I said, I already copied over the binary that was precompiled for my distro, which I downloaded through Synaptic in Ubuntu.
As for the scripts, the only thing I didn't do was use dos2unix, which I have since done. It allowed my scripts to be executable.
I ran it from a terminal to check for error messages, and sure enough, there was one. Apparently I have a bad knoppix virtual image, as it said this:
|Code Sample |
|qemu: could not open hard disk image 'KNOPPIX/knoppix'|
So, I'm downloading a new image.
edit: Actually, the script was referencing a file called "knoppix" whereas the file was actually named KNOPPIX. Problem solved! Thanks for taking the time to respond!
I use DSL, SLAX, and Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon. Sometimes XP, and hopefully NEVER Vista.