installing Maple 7 under Woody
I'm new to this list, and relatively new to Debian.
I'm still exploring and finding new and exciting
things in the distro. MUCH better than anything I've
seen from Red Hat.
Anyway... I need to install Waterloo Maple 7(TM) on my
system, but seem to be having trouble. I've attached
a typescripts of the session in which I tried to
install. I just don't understand why I'm getting
"permission denied" for root to run an install script.
Anyone have any ideas?
Thank you in advance,
Student, Geophysics & Applied Math
University of Calgary
Calgary, Alberta, CANADA
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Script started on Thu Feb 12 21:14:12 2004
gandalf:/usr/local# cd /cdrom
flexlm flexlm.tar install.htm linuxsingleuser unix viewer windows
gandalf:/cdrom# cd linuxsingleuser
bin_ibm_intel_linux_su.tar install_su_linux readme.txt
bash: ./install_su_linux: /bin/sh: bad interpreter: Permission denied
./install_su_linux: Permission denied.
Script done on Thu Feb 12 21:15:43 2004