[Newbies] How do I start Squeak on Raspberry Pi ?
overcomer.man at gmail.com
Mon Feb 16 15:16:41 UTC 2015
Yes the "ls" command you gave produces
-rwxrwxr-x 1 pi pi 63 Oct 12 00:49 squeak.sh
When I double click on squeak.sh I get a pop-up menu which says: Execute
This file 'squeak.sh' is executable. Do you wan to execute it?
[Execute] [Execute in Terminal] [Cancel]
Any of those choices does nothing visible but seems to block processing
other commands for a moment.
I made a copy of squeak.sh onto the desktop and it does the same thing.
Kirk W. Fraser
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On Mon, Feb 16, 2015 at 5:54 AM, Michael Rice <limitcase at gmail.com> wrote:
> First things first.
> Every file has three permissions, read, write, and execute, for three
> groups: user, group, and all. Do you have execute permission for squeak.sh?
> ls -l squeak.sh
> -rw*x*rwxr-x. 1 mrice mrice 63 Oct 11 18:49 squeak.sh
> If you show an "x" in column 4 (as above) then you have execute permission.
> Have you tried double clicking the file?
> On Mon, Feb 16, 2015 at 2:51 AM, Kirk Fraser <overcomer.man at gmail.com>
>> I have Squeak 4.5 All-In-One working in Kbuntu Linux after downloading,
>> unzipping, and executing Squeak.sh Attempting the same on a Raspberry Pi
>> with the default OS, it downloads, unzips, and says squeak.sh is an
>> executable file, do I want to execute? I click execute then it does
>> nothing. What is needed to make it work?
>> I am working to hopefully get eToys video to work on Squeak 4.5 on a Pi 1
>> or 2, the cheapest computer I know about.
>> Kirk W. Fraser
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