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Answer / ravneet
if the file doesn't have executable permissions than assign
the same as chmod 755 <filename>. after that execute the
same by using command ./<filename>
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Answer / narendrasairam
Depending on the type of shell you can execute a file in
either of the ways
1) ksh <filename>
2) sh <filename>
If the file already possess execute bit set on it, then you
can directly execute the file with its name alone
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Answer / eugene
sudo chmod +x filename
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Answer / lokesh
There are lot of ways by which u can execute a file in Unix.
2. <filename> #only if the permissions are in place for the
3. sh <filename> #uses bash shell
4. nohup <filename> #the process doesn't get killed even on
5. Batch <filename>
6. at <time> <filename> #to schedule the job
7. U can also autorun it by making an entry into the cron
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Answer / visu_kvg
Yes the above answer is absolutely apt.
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Answer / hari
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Answer / rajasekhar
chmod 777 filename
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