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I am getting the following permission denied error while trying to run .sh file on lubuntu:

./file.sh: 11: ./file.sh: ./qemu-system-i386: Permission denied

note: chmod +x file.sh , command is already given.

Any help is appreciated.

  • I think it's because you're on a 64-bit system and the 32-bit libraries aren't on your system. Are you on a 64-bit machine? – John Scott Oct 3 '15 at 1:31
  • it's an 32 bit system. – john Oct 4 '15 at 1:58
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use sudo to execute file.sh

 sudo ./file.sh

any user can execute command qemu-system-i386 but seems like device that you want to use is either owned by root or read-only. if you want to use device in read-only mode then you have to add readonly=on attribute. i don't know what you have written in file.sh. so i am giving some reference that may help you.

  • here is long discussion about similar problem

  • here is some information that may be helpful

  • qemu-system-i386: use documentation more info about qemu-system-i386

  • But the execute permission is on for "world", so anyone should be able to execute yours. – ubfan1 Oct 3 '15 at 2:25
  • i have changed answer . – pl_rock Oct 3 '15 at 2:55
  • I am having the exacly the same error when using sudo ./file.sh the file I am trying to execute is a linux virtual machine program could be found at [levinux.com] I am new to qemu, therefore thank you for the document. – john Oct 4 '15 at 2:03

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