kyphi wrote:Where downloaded files go to is determined by Firefox which puts them into a folder called "Downloads" by default (please note the capital D in the file name, Linux commands are case sensitive). If you want to change that, open Firefox, go to Edit, Preferences, General and change the "Save files to" field.
The correct syntax for you to go to the Downloads folder would be "/home/jim/Downloads" - that is assuming that you spell your name as "jim" rather than "Jim".
To run a .sh file, the command is "sh filename.sh
yes it is jim in the computer, no cap
I changed it in Firefox to ask me where it goes.
But now, How do you run a file using sh <filename>.sh unless you are in terminal? If I go into terminal and try the command sh /jim/Downloads/thinkorswim_other_installer.sh I just get the message that it could not open /jim/Downloads/thinkorswim_other_installer.sh Maybe I mispelled something or was that not what you were suggesting?
I just checked the spelling, its fine. Here is the message I get:
jim@jim-N105 ~ $ sh /jim/Downloads/thinkorswim_other_installer.sh
sh: Can't open /jim/Downloads/thinkorswim_other_installer.sh
jim@jim-N105 ~ $
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