I hope this is a valid question/help request placed in the right place.
Hardware: Old laptop Dell Precision M4700
YunoHost version: 11.0.11
I have access to my server : Mainly Through SSH (putty) & direct access via keyboard & screen
Are you in a special context or did you perform some particular tweaking on your YunoHost instance ? : no
Make sit on my YunoHost machine the license server for a software (Simcenter STAR-CCM+). The software editor provides with the install file of the license server/service management program, the well known FlexNet/FLEXlm.
The ultimate goal is to have YunoHost hosting my work collaboration platform (data, internal communication, project management etc…) including managing my licenses pools for the different software to be used in collaboration mode.
The software editor provides the installation under 2 different forms: a “.bin” and a zipped folder. I downloaded the “.bin” and ran it as root through a putty ssh terminal. This operation, among other tasks, creates a directory in which a dozen of different scripts allow the user to control the license server (start, check status, read license file, etc…).
I applied on this directory a
chmod -R u+x. Yet, whatever I do, the bash terminal sends me back the following error message and no script can be used:
-bash: ./lmutil: Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce type
-bash: ./lmutil: no file or folder of that type
Is there any security system or special YunoHost Debians’s install that could prevent me from running
.bin or scripts ?
Any help on that problem is more than welcome!
Thanks in advance,