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Did you catch my correction? Ok, from konqueror, there should be an option, I think on right click, to open a terminal to the current directory. Navigate to the directory ...
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    Did you catch my correction?

    Ok, from konqueror, there should be an option, I think on right click, to open a terminal to the current directory. Navigate to the directory graphically using konqueror and try that.

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    or is it the cutter directory grrr im getting confused lol ok to make things simple when i get to the slackbuilds directory it wont let me go beyond that point

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    ok i figured out what the problem was it kept moving me from root and the users home directories when try to go to the cutter directory I am now in the fwcutter directory what do I do now

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    Once you're in the slackbuilds directory, what is the output of
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    ls
    Here's some help navigating the filesystem from the terminal.
    Learning the shell - Lesson 2: Navigation

    Remember to use the very helpful tab completion feature as I mentioned before, and ls to list directory contents and see what's there.

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    README b43-fwcutter b43-fwcutter-012.tar.bz2 b43-fwcutter.SlackBuild b43.fwcutter.info b43-fwcutter.tar.gz slack-desc

    thats what it says now if i try to chmod from there it will say there is no such file or directory

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    Can you include the exact command you're typing when it says no such file or directory?

    If ls shows the above, then
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    chmod +x b43-fwcutter.SlackBuild
    ./b43-fwcutter.SlackBuild
    is correct.

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    that was a ls from the fwcutter directory after the slackbuilds directory

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    I'm thinking part of the problem is that originally I wrote b43-fwcutter.Slackbuild, but as ls showed, it should be b43-fwcutter.SlackBuild. Note the capitalization difference between Slackbuild and SlackBuild. Case matters in linux.

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    Do you want me in the fwcutter directory after the slackbuilds diectory or do you want me in the slackbuilds directory and when i try the chmod command it says no directory when i type the first line i dont get to type in the ./

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    You should be in the b43-fwcutter directory.

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