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I try to install this software on the fedora 10 base on this guide LINK but i get some error when i try to run sh StartServer.sh Code: StartServer.sh: line ...
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    I try to install this software on the fedora 10 base on this guide LINK
    but i get some error when i try to run sh StartServer.sh
    Code:
    StartServer.sh: line 2: ../server/apache/bin/httpd: Permission denied
    What is the meaning with "Set the path by running the script setenv.sh.( dot space setenv.sh . setenv.sh. Leave a space between dot and setenv.sh) " ?
    can i use sh setenv.sh for this instruction or it bring another meaning ?

    help me pleaseeeeeee.e....
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    You should be running the installer script with administrator privileges (i.e. as the user 'root').
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    Execute su - command before that to gain root privileges.
    Code:
    su -
    sh StartServer.sh
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    yes i was enter into root (su) to run install script and StartServer but i get the error like this
    Code:
    StartServer.sh: line 2: ../server/apache/bin/httpd: Permission denied
    help me pleaseee...




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    Are you using su or su and - ( hyphen ) ?
    Code:
    su -
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    im using "su" not "su -"

    there are different this two ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by publicManager View Post
    im using "su" not "su -"

    there are different this two ?
    su gives root privileges without modifying $PATH.
    Execute this to check it :
    Code:
    su 
    echo $PATH
    exit
    su -
    echo $PATH
    Use su - instead of su.
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    where i can get this lib file

    Code:
    libdb-4.0.so

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    Execute this
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    ls -l libdb*
    Does it list any libdb library?
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    no...

    if in ubuntu we can use apt-get to install from url,
    in fedora what we can use to install someting from url ? (rpm)

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