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Old 08-23-2010, 05:26 PM   #31
boyzoe
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Quote:
Originally Posted by maubp View Post
Try:

./ssaha

(assuming the file is in the current directory, indicated by the dot in Unix). If you tried this:

ssaha

it would look for an installed copy of ssaha on the system path - but it would not try the current directory. At least, that is how recent versions of Ubuntu are configured.
Really thanks, maubp. The problem solved~!
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