spencer wrote:I know. I am using the correct directory paths; that is not the issue.
--find any file paths/filenames of mathematica
DrHu wrote:Believe the computer's response, the command is incorrect: not your own eyes..
Even though you say that is not the issue, it often enough is
The OS knows the command is incorrect, and gives you the error. the only question you have to ask yourself is why
sgosnell wrote:Linux binaries, by convention, are always lower-case only, so there will be no binary named Foldit,
mick55 wrote:First, I would untar/unzip those applications into a directory owned by you, for example your home directory.
Then you can either, run the programs by double clicking on them from within your file manager,
or if you really want to use the terminal then run them using the method described below.
For example, to run Foldit you would navigate to the Foldit directory and enter this command
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Hope this helps.
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