I'm not sure just how new you are, so I'll guess:

This sounds like a simple permissions issue. You need to instruct the system to permit you to execute the file as a program:

chmod u+x ./run.sh

Does that do the trick?


On Sep 25, 2012 12:09 PM, "kfcandroid" <kfc.android@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi all,

I'm facing a problem while flashing to the NAND.
while I have all the images and script saved in the SD card's /root/images
I boot up my Gumstix from SD card, logged in as root:
/overo login: root/

and then I navigate to the folder, tried to run the .sh file with this
root@overo:~/images#/ ./run.sh/

but I got this error message:
-sh: ./run.sh: Permission denied

Is there anything I should fix before running the script?
I am totally new to this world, so detailed instruction would be highly
appreciated :)

Thanks in advance!!


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