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was ./speedtouch.sh tryed?? Not sure what you mean, it just gave the directory not found error. I wasn't exactly sure so I typed: chmod +x speedtouchconf.sh chmod + speedtouchconf.sh chmod ...
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    was ./speedtouch.sh tryed??
    Not sure what you mean, it just gave the directory not found error.

    I wasn't exactly sure so I typed:

    chmod +x speedtouchconf.sh
    chmod + speedtouchconf.sh
    chmod speedtouchconf.sh

    and I couldn't see where to type ./speedtouch.sh

    As you can see I'm a bit lost when it comes to linux!

    Keen to learn though!

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    go in the folder where this file is : speedtouchconf.sh

    and type
    Code:
    ./speedtouchconf.sh
    This will execute it
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    go in the folder where this file is : speedtouchconf.sh
    Do you mean by using konquerer? Or within a terminal?

    I suppose I'd need to look up a few basic commands!

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    I suppose I'd need to look up a few basic commands!
    I just did and cd appears to work so do I cd into the speedtouch directory and execute from there?

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    Yes go in terminal where this file is, and execute the command from terminal...

    in case you dont have the rights, get into su

    like this
    Code:
    su
    type admin password
    ./speedtouchconf.sh
    This should get you going
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    Still no good - can't "see" the directory. Maybe my install is faulty? I had the option to install the alcatel code at first install but I didn't have it then. I copied it from windows and did an upgrade but it didn't ask for it as it did at first install.

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    well... now it seems.. that.. I'm confused... your post was about running a *.sh file... that you had.. do you still have it? do you know where it is?

    if you have it follow the link on top, you should be able to run your .sh

    If your question isnt about running that *.sh please post again...
    I'm getting confused and lost the "main" goal...
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    Quote Originally Posted by UgoDeschamps
    I'm getting confused
    To much :smoke: ??



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    "All The Dude ever wanted was his rug back" - The Dude

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    If only it was this, I could explain it all... fortunatly for me, I quit all sort of drug consuming 4 years ago
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    well, ive read this entire thread....but i didnt see anywhere in it that said he was browsing to that folder....yes, the cd command will let you get to where ever you need to go...those executable commands wont work unless you are inside the folder into which the file remains....so use ls to list contents....then use cd (folder) to take you to the folder you wish to join...also, when you first start up the konsole...you would need to notice where the file is located....im guessing that you extracted the file...open up the folder that you extracted....at the address bar...youll seed file:/(location of folder)

    for example:

    file:/home/jeff

    copy everything from the first / mark....then open up konsole, and type cd, then paste the link into konsole...that should get you inside that folder....then from there you can type
    sh speedtouchconf.sh or
    ./speedtouchconf.sh

    that should work..

    jblfan

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