I'm trying to install Lilypond on a 32-bit system, and for some reason the
sh file simply does not want to execute itself.
I'm completely new to Ubuntu, so I have next to no knowledge of how anything works. But I've looked around and tried a few things. I've checked "allow executing file as program" in Properties, but I don't see any option of executing the file, only opening it with
gedit or Libreoffice writer.
chmod u+x lilypond
chmod u+x lilypond-2.18.2-1.linux-x86.sh
but both times it said
chmod: cannot access [filename I entered]. No such file or directory
I've seen a suggestion for something like:
cd /path/to/file chmod +x filename.sh ./filename.sh
but I don't even know how to make a command line with more than one line. Does anyone know what I can do?.