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Not able to “Allow executing file as program”

I know many will think of marking this as duplicate but I have gone through all of the previously answered questions but none are fixing my concern. I have downloaded some tarball and extracted them ...
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Wubi-installed ubuntu won't allow me to execute executable files

I'm trying to run executable files on Ubuntu, but it's not working, although the exact same executable file works fine on others' machines, which are also running Ubuntu 12.04 like me. Based on this, ...
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How to mark a USB Drive with execute permissions [duplicate]

I keep trying to install Garry's Mod onto my USB, but steam keeps saying "new steam library folder must be mounted on a file-system with execute permissions." can someone please explain to me how to ...
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How to make files executable on vfat partition

I'm using 12.04 and have a shared vfat partition on which I keep my documents. Lately I'm trying to run one of my own executables, but the terminal keeps telling me I have no permission to do so. I've ...
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Executable files on my computer cannot be executed and cannot be run by terminal

I'm really new to ubuntu and linux, so everything has flown straight over my head, but this problem is obviously not normal. I've looked all over the place for a solution to this problem, but all the ...
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Bash error when trying to execute a file

i am kinda new to linux and in programming so please excuse my lack of knowledge. I'm trying to run a basic program named trial.c with an executable file named trying but when I type ./trying in the ...
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How can I execute a file without execute permissions?

How can I execute a file without giving myself execute permissions (with chmod u+x) for it? If I try and tick the 'Allow executing file as program' checkmark, the checkmark is immediately removed.
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Can only open bukkit.sh with Java Web Start

I'm trying to run bukkit.sh file with java 7 runtime. Instead the only application I can associate the bukkit.sh java file is java web start. I've done the basics, installed java7, set the bukkit.sh ...
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Difference in the behavior of executable depending on where executed

I am trying to run repo from my home directory (/home/jeffrey). The repo binary is in the bin directory under my home directory (/home/jeffrey/bin). The bin directory is in PATH - I understand it ...
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Can't execute scripts on a mounted driver

When I want to execute some programs I get a message which say Permission is denied. The files are allowed to be executed, and I use sudo. example: # ./configure bash: ./configure: Permission denied ...
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Executable Windows permission on Samba

I'm using Ubuntu 13.04 (though I've had this same problem on 12.10) and am running Samba with some shares set up so I can run some Windows tools (.exes) directly from the shares. Every Windows ...
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Permission denied error when compiling fortran code in Netbeans 7.3.1 on ubuntu linux 12.04.2

So I read through a bunch of posting about similar issues, but none of them seemed to fix this problem. I am running netbeans 7.3.1 on ubuntu 12.04.2 x64. I wrote some fortran code and saved it to an ...
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Executable file not executing

I cannot run an executable file, and it seems that all permissions, owner, etc. are correct. I don't understand the problem; I hope that someone will find a solution. I'm logged as tux. ...
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Setting permission for NTFS partition

I have a NTFS partition on my PC. It shares data between Linux and a Windows dual boot system. My /etc/fstab line for that is: #Mount Dati at boot= UUID=01CD9E64E80BD460 /mnt/Dati ntfs ...
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genisoimage and exec bit preservation

Maybe I'm just not doing right, but I can't seem to get genisoimage to produce a UDF image and preserve the exec bit. $ genisoimage --version genisoimage 1.1.11 (Linux) $ echo "echo 'Hello world'" ...
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All files on automounted NTFS partition are marked as executable

I have set up an NTFS partition to automount via fstab: # /etc/fstab: static file system information. # # Use 'blkid' to print the universally unique identifier for a # device; this may be used with ...
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How to overcome “Permission denied” running C program even after “chmod +x”?

After compiling a C program on Ubuntu 10.10, after executing chmod +x ./a.out, I am still getting bash: ./a.out: Permission denied. How can I run my new executable?
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Executing a C program stored on a windows drive? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: .exe file permission fail I wrote a simple hello world program but not stored it in Ubuntu's home directory, instead I stored it on one of the Windows drives. (I am ...
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Perl Script Permissions

I'm having a few problems with running a Perl script. Every time I try to run it (its from a runescape launcher client), it give me the following message in terminal: Permission Denied How can i fix ...
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1answer
545 views

Why won't it allow me to change the access for disk games [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I run an executable from a CD when it doesn't have the executable bit set? I now have Ubuntu LTS and any time I try to install a game using a disk it says ...
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Why can't I execute any .sh scripts? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I run .sh files in Terminal? When I try to run a .sh script in Terminal it says I have no permissions to do that. And when I try to run an executable nothing ...
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Cannot execute files on mounted file systems [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to 'chmod' on an NTFS ( or FAT32 ) partition? Trying to make file executable on USB, but the permission doesn't “stick” I have a fat32 file ...
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How to access executable in a seperate partition? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to 'chmod' on an NTFS partition? I have just started using Ubuntu and I have my hard drive set up with an Ubuntu partition, a Windows 7 partition and a much ...
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File not marked as executable

I'm trying to install a game that has a two-CD installation, and I get this error message: The file '/media/FREESPACE_1/Setup.exe' is not marked as executable. If this was downloaded or copied ...
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Setting execute permisions on a mounted image

How do you set execute permissions on a .exe that is on a mounted image (.ISO file)?
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Why does Ubuntu refuse to execute files from an NTFS partition?

I mount an NTFS partition (where I've got some Linux binaries and scripts alongside with Win32 and data files) with the following fstab line: /dev/sda5 /mnt/dat ntfs-3g ...
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Why am I not able to execute an application created by Qt? Also, I am not able to give execute permissions to it

Why am I not able to execute an application created by Qt? Also, I am not able to give execute permissions to it. When i click "allow executing file as program", it automatically unchecks.
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Trying to make file executable on USB, but the permission doesn't “stick” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to 'chmod' on an NTFS ( or FAT32 ) partition? I'm using LastPass as my password manager, and I use Sesame for multifactor authentication. On Windows this was ...
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4answers
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How can I run an executable from a CD when it doesn't have the executable bit set?

A textbook I'm using came with a CD containing a few supplementary applications. To my pleasant surprise, it appears to include an installer for Linux. The readme file on the CD provides the ...