making .SH file to run

Asked by ragingmon on 2007-05-16

I downloaded the check.sh file from this link >> http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/linux/linux-radeon-prer200.html

and I don't know how to run this in the terminal...

pls help... T_T

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Markus Thielmann
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2007-05-16
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Best Markus Thielmann (thielmann) said : #1

Thanks for your question.

1) Open Applications->Accessories->Terminal
2) change to the directory where you downloaded check.sh (if home directory you don't need to change, otherwise just do a "cd Desktop" or something like that)
3a) run "sh ./check.sh"
3b) if check.sh needs administrators rights, please run "sudo sh ./check.sh"

ragingmon (ragingmon) said : #2

Thanks Markus Thielmann, that solved my question.

Cesare Tirabassi (norsetto) said : #3

check.sh is a bash script.
To execute it you have to run it using "bash ./check.sh" or change it to executable with chmod +x check.sh and then simply run it with ./check.sh