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bd not working #Ubuntu16.04 #32
I can't quite get this "bd" thing going, what wrong did I do, see code...
ousodanos@ousodanos-UX360CA:/usr/bin$ chmod +rx bd
I'd really appreciate a quick response here, thanks
Jesus, are you sure you even know enough to be using a tool like this?
First off, ignore the author's instructions and copy the bd binary into /usr/local/bin. Never touch /usr/* other than through a package manager.
Second, do you even understand what sudo does? You should not be using it to write to your own config files, nor to source other bash scripts running as your own user.
Third, you are using
I don't mean to be so harsh, and I hope you're learning something from all of this, but this is seriously pretty basic stuff.
Ok, let's fix what mistakes were made. You need to copypaste directly so you won't make a mistake, and remember that the letter case and spacing matters:
@vigneshwaranr pointed out my apparent failure to check packages.ubuntu.com for
Now you can uninstall and update
On another note
You have a LibreOffice download in there, which is also doing things the wrong way. On a Linux distro like Ubuntu where most stuff is installed from the repos, you're supposed to use that before downloading from a site. Delete the LibreOffice download and use a program to install what you need. Ubuntu's own software center is easiest for you, if not the highest in functionality. Otherwise use Synaptic.
BTW a package for Ubuntu is available in their "Universe" repository
(Both the ubuntu and debian packaging were contributed by @phls
I am on a Mac. I need to install an Ubuntu VM and test the package and then update the Readme with the installation instructions. Might do it before next weekend :)