start.sh command fail
I decided to make a new installation of mycontroller with a fresh rpi. So I followed instructions step by step from : https://forum.mycontroller.org/topic/219/how-to-install-mycontroller-on-the-raspberrypi-or-any-other-linux-unix-system
I went to the end with no problem, but when I enter the final command
pi@raspberrypi:/opt/mycontroller/bin $ ./start.sh
I get the answer
-bash: ./start.sh: Permission denied
If I remove "./" at front with or without sudo then the answer is
sudo: start.sh: command not found
I really don't understand where is the problem...
I made apt-get update and upgrade in case but not better...
Thanks to anyone can help!
jkandasa last edited by
@heyjay I guess you might extracted
mycontroller*.zipas a root user. delete
mycontrollerdirectory as root user or sudo. and extract as normal user.
Can you check if the start.sh file is executable?
# ls -l start.sh -rwxrwxr-- 1 user group 2612 Oct 28 18:39 start.sh
what does the output of the command look at your system?
If it is not the same try:
chmod 775 ./start.sh
I tried this :
pi@raspberrypi:/opt/mycontroller/bin $ ls -l start.sh -rwxrwxr-x 1 pi pi 2061 Nov 7 21:21 start.sh
then I did chmod as you proposed but I still have the same output and same problem...
Then I followed your advice... Actually, I had transferred my zip file (that I have on my computer) with filezilla, so I guess rights are differents with filezilla even though I connected also with default user pi. Maybe someone has an explanation.
So after following ALL exact instructions of the guide it works nicely!
Thank you both so much!