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shadowofblood
November 19th, 2010, 06:11 AM
Running Ubuntu 10.10

I set the permissions on cacaoweb.linux to allow executing as a program.

When I use the command:

/home/user/cacaoweb.linux &I get an error saying:

[1] 3478
user@ubuntu:~$ bash: /home/user/cacaoweb.linux: No such file or directory

[1]+ Exit 127 /home/user/cacaoweb.linux
However, the file is there and the name is correct. Any ideas?

UPDATE: When running the command with "Sudo", I get the following:

sudo /home/user/cacaoweb.linux &
[1] 6308What does that mean?

Alan McNea
December 15th, 2010, 05:52 AM
Make sure you downloaded the right version. If you have a 64 bit OS download cacaoweb.linux64

lostsoul2001
January 13th, 2011, 10:02 PM
hi can you explain to a noob how to install because i just get choose app to launch

Cheezespread
January 13th, 2011, 10:16 PM
sudo /home/user/cacaoweb.linux &
[1] 6308

That means that the process is running in the background ( due to the & )and pid for the process is 6308 .

To run cacaoweb in linux , make it an executable by change the permissions on the file.

Assuming you are in the directory where you have saved the file.

Fire up the terminal.

Make the saved file an executable

chmod +x cacaoweb.linux

Run it

./cacaoweb.linux

Type in http://127.0.0.1:4001/index.html in your browser and you should see th cacaoweb interface.