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Problems after Roadshow Demo Installation

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jbrandstetter
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Problems after Roadshow Demo Installation

Post by jbrandstetter » 28.04.2019 - 19:21

Hi,

just installed the demo of Roadshow on the following Hardware/Software:

Amiga 600
Furia EC020 Extension Card
a604n memory Expension
Kickstart 3.1
Workbench 3.1
plipbox nano for connectivity

So for every command installed by the Roadshow Installer I get the following error:

e.g. ping:
ping: file is not executable

if i call protect ping +se the following happens:

ping 8.8.8.8
CD: unable to open redirection file
CD failed returncode 10

Any advice?

Cheers,

Johannes

daxb
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Re: Problems after Roadshow Demo Installation

Post by daxb » 29.04.2019 - 10:58

jbrandstetter wrote:if i call protect ping +se the following happens:
If ping is an executable binary (I think so) then don't set the s (script) bit. Use +rwed instead. If the error still happens you can start SnoopDOS first to see whats going wrong.

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Post by jbrandstetter » 29.04.2019 - 21:20

Cool, that worked. Thanks a lot!

daxb
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Post by daxb » 30.04.2019 - 10:41

More important is to check what is the cause of the missing/wrong protection bits and the reason for it. Do have the files of the Roadshow archive the correct bits set or not? If yes is the unpack tool responsible or the used filesystem (e.g. FAT)? It's good to know to prevent future trouble.

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