#6 Centos, 'Warn Unable to read'

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nobody
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2010-11-16
2010-11-16
Steve
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Centos 5.5, PHP 5.3.3, Yasca 2.21, wine-1.0.1
I have installed Yasca at /opt/yasca and am trying to run in from the linux shell or through wine, but receive the same error:

If I run
#yasca ./resources/test
I get
bash: yasca: command not found

If I run
wine yasca.exe c:\\yasca\\resources\\test
I get
INFO Yasca 2.2 - http://www.yasca.org/ - Michael V. Scovetta
WARN Commercial support is now available for Yasca. Contact scovetta@users.sourceforge.net for more information.

WARN Initializing components...
WARN Unable to read [Z:\opt\yasca\resources\test\eicar\eicar.com]. File will be ignored
WARN Unable to read [C:\yasca\resources\test\UseAfterFree.c]. File will be ignored.
...same message for every file in the test directory...
WARN Using Static Analyzers located at [.\]
WARN Starting scan. This may take a few minutes to complete...
ERROR No files were found to scan. Nothing to do.
WARN Execution aborted due to error.

If I switch to wine cmd, then run yasca within the wine environment, the same error messages as above print out.

I've installed it on a Win23k server and have integrated with ClearCase and it work great, but am unable to get it working with Centos.

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