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Old 03-09-2011, 12:45 AM
JONATHAN MORTON
 
Default copy or save to root question

running Lucid Lynx on dual boot intel celeron 64bit win7 system

trying to get fsusb on or in root. downloaded via firefox. tried using sudo -i,* but i cannot cp fsusb to / or /usr/local/bin. i am running short to does this on time. need help. here are the directions from class:***** thx.

1. Download the
fsusb executable program to your home directory. Use a web browser
in KDE.

2. Open a terminal
window

3. Become root and
copy the executable file to an executable directory:


$ su

# cp fsusb /usr/local/bin


4. Make the file
executable and give it sufficient privileges:




# cd /usr/local/bin

# chown root:root fsusb

# chmod 711 fsusb

# chmod u+s fsusb

# exit




5. Now test your
installation from your home directory by executing the following command:


$ fsusb

You should see
the following response:

fsusb: Software
for "PICDEM Full Speed USB" demo board

fsusb <file> program board with <file> and verify

fsusb --program <file> program board with <file> and verify


fsusb --verify <file> verify board against <file>

fsusb --read <file> read board, saving result in <file>



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Old 03-09-2011, 12:57 AM
MR ZenWiz
 
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On Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 5:45 PM, JONATHAN MORTON <mortonjt5000@msn.com> wrote:
> running Lucid Lynx on dual boot intel celeron 64bit win7 system
>
> trying to get fsusb on or in root. downloaded via firefox. tried using sudo
> -i,* but i cannot cp fsusb to / or /usr/local/bin. i am running short to
> does this on time. need help. here are the directions from class:***** thx.
>
> 1. Download the fsusb executable program to your home directory. Use a web
> browser in KDE.
> 2. Open a terminal window
> 3. Become root and copy the executable file to an executable directory:
>
> $ su

Did you do this part? It's kind of crucial

> # cp fsusb /usr/local/bin
>
> 4. Make the file executable and give it sufficient privileges:
>
> # cd /usr/local/bin
> # chown root:root fsusb
> # chmod 711 fsusb
> # chmod u+s fsusb
> # exit
>
> 5. Now test your installation from your home directory by executing the
> following command:
>

A couple of things - please do not post in HTML to this list, and
please try not to use this group for your home/class work.

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