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    Default What meaning is [1] 13010?

    Hi,
    I am installing a DSP software on SUSE 12.1, 64 bit. The instruction says:

    4.) Now that root has a password you can run sudo. So, in the same terminal window run the CCS installer extracted earlier (cd to that folder) using the command:

    $ sudo ccs_setup_5.x.x.xxxxx.bin &


    but I get:


    [1] 13010

    What is that meaning? And what can cause it?

    Thanks,

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    Default Re: What meaning is [1] 13010?

    Hi,

    The following files attributes may be helpful to my question:


    drwxr-xr-x 2 blackhawk users 4096 Jan 9 21:07 binary/
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 blackhawk users 1904687 Dec 13 17:13 ccs_setup_5.3.0.00090.bin*
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 blackhawk users 2141 Dec 13 17:13 content.jar*
    -rw------- 1 blackhawk users 120 Jan 9 21:14 .directory

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: What meaning is [1] 13010?

    It means that task is now in the background with process id of 13010. That is what & does.

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    Default Re: What meaning is [1] 13010?

    Hi,

    It is really strange that the terminal echos "command not found" even though I can see that file (ccs_setup_5.3.0.00090.bin) is there.

    The error message and l command results are shown below.

    Thanks.








    blackhawk@linux-iu5j:~> cd /home/blackhawk/Desktop/CCS5.3.0.00090_linux
    blackhawk@linux-iu5j:~/Desktop/CCS5.3.0.00090_linux> sudo ccs_setup_5.3.0.00090.bin
    root's password:
    sudo: ccs_setup_5.3.0.00090.bin: command not found
    blackhawk@linux-iu5j:~/Desktop/CCS5.3.0.00090_linux> l
    total 1916
    drwxr-xr-x 8 blackhawk users 4096 Jan 9 21:14 ./
    drwxr-xr-x 3 blackhawk users 4096 Jan 9 21:07 ../
    drwxr-xr-x 3 blackhawk users 4096 Dec 13 17:13 .artifactlock/
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 blackhawk users 717 Dec 13 17:13 artifacts.jar*
    drwxr-xr-x 2 blackhawk users 4096 Jan 9 21:07 baserepo/
    drwxr-xr-x 2 blackhawk users 4096 Jan 9 21:07 binary/
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 blackhawk users 1904687 Dec 13 17:13 ccs_setup_5.3.0.00090.bin*
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 blackhawk users 2141 Dec 13 17:13 content.jar*
    -rw------- 1 blackhawk users 120 Jan 9 21:14 .directory
    drwxr-xr-x 4 blackhawk users 4096 Jan 9 21:07 featurerepo/
    drwxr-xr-x 2 blackhawk users 4096 Jan 9 21:07 features/
    drwxr-xr-x 2 blackhawk users 4096 Jan 9 21:07 plugins/
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 blackhawk users 1975 May 25 2012 README_FIRST.txt*
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 blackhawk users 16 Dec 13 17:12 timestamp.txt*
    blackhawk@linux-iu5j:~/Desktop/CCS5.3.0.00090_linux>

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    Default Re: What meaning is [1] 13010?

    Please ignore the previous post on the not found command.

    For the & symbol in

    sudo ccs_setup_5.3.0.00090.bin &

    It means that the software installation in the background?

    I do not see the hard drive LED lights. There is no echo message in the terminal. This is not the software installation expected. What do you think about it?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: What meaning is [1] 13010?

    On 2013-01-10 04:06, freerjw wrote:
    >
    > Please ignore the previous post on the not found command.
    >
    > For the & symbol in
    >
    > sudo ccs_setup_5.3.0.00090.bin &
    >
    > It means that the software installation in the background?
    >
    > I do not see the hard drive LED lights. There is no echo message in the
    > terminal. This is not the software installation expected. What do you
    > think about it?


    Type "fg" to get the process in the foreground. You will proibably see
    an error message.

    Note: to run a file that is in the current directory you have to append
    a "./".


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    Default Re: What meaning is [1] 13010?

    On 2013-01-10 15:52, Carlos E. R. wrote:
    > On 2013-01-10 04:06, freerjw wrote:


    > Note: to run a file that is in the current directory you have to append
    > a "./".


    Oops. prepend, not append.


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    Default Re: What meaning is [1] 13010?

    On Thu, 10 Jan 2013 02:46:01 +0000, freerjw wrote:

    > It is really strange that the terminal echos "command not found" even
    > though I can see that file (ccs_setup_5.3.0.00090.bin) is there.


    The current directory is not part of the path. You need to run "./
    ccs_setup_5.3.0.00090.bin".

    Jim



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