I'm having a problem with calling env from the terminal. I'm running the latest Ubuntu OS. Here's what happens:
$ ls disarm.ss hereis.ss mat.ss README sg.ss start-test syntax.ss $ env SCHEMEHEAPDIRS=/usr/lib/csv8.1/i3le sg.ss env: sg.ss: No such file or directory
I have checked that the path /usr/lib/csv8.1/i3le is correct. Here are the permissions of the files in this dir:
$ ls -l total 60 -rw------- 1 dtdannen dtdannen 17375 2011-03-29 23:05 disarm.ss -rw------- 1 dtdannen dtdannen 9410 2011-03-29 23:05 hereis.ss -rw------- 1 dtdannen dtdannen 9955 2011-03-29 23:05 mat.ss -rw------- 1 dtdannen dtdannen 394 2011-03-29 23:05 README -rwxrwxrwx 1 dtdannen dtdannen 2801 2011-03-29 23:05 sg.ss -rwx------ 1 dtdannen dtdannen 137 2011-03-29 23:05 start-test -rw------- 1 dtdannen dtdannen 678 2011-03-29 23:05 syntax.ss
I can't seem to figure out why env cannot find 'sg.ss'. Is it a problem with permissions? I know you should rarely if ever 'chmod 777' on a file (here I did so on sg.ss), but I just wanted to see if that would make it work. I need to call this command within a python program, not directly via command line, but I get the same error in both cases, so I used the terminal as my example.
Any and all advice is appreciated :)
P.S. I searched SO for at least 20 minutes and couldn't find a similar post. Hope I'm not re-asking something.
EDIT: Tried the same thing but with ./sg.ss instead of just sg.ss (still didn't work, same error :( )