Thread: installantion trouble

Started: 2007-09-26 14:44:30
Last activity: 2007-09-27 22:11:14
Topics: SAC Help
Kenneth Macpherson
2007-09-26 14:44:30
Hello all,
I am running Ubuntu 7.04 and am attempting to install SAC. I untarred the files into my /usr/local/ directory. I then added the following lines to my .bashrc file:

export SACAUX='/usr/local/sac/aux'
PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/sac/bin

When I echo $PATH I see that
/usr/local/sac/bin
is there and when I echo $SACAUX I get:
/usr/local/sac/aux
However, upon typing sac, I receive the following error:

bash: /usr/local/sac/bin/sac: No such file or directory

I have also tried ./sac but with the same result. Any ideas about what I am doing wrong?
Thank you in advance for the help.
Ken







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  • andreas wessel
    2007-09-27 22:11:14
    The error message means that the binary is not there.

    What do you get, if you do:
    ls -l /usr/local/sac/bin

    There should be a file "sac" that is executable.
    If it's not there, then maybe you got the source code package from
    IRIS. You need to compile that (or get the precompiled binary).

    ciao
    Andreas


    On 9/27/07, Kenneth Macpherson <kenneth_a_macpherson<at>yahoo.com> wrote:

    bash: /usr/local/sac/bin/sac: No such file or directory


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