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Re: PDFtoMusic installation




Greg Wooledge <wooledg@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> On Sun, May 19, 2019 at 12:02:52PM +0000, Rodolfo Medina wrote:
>> Thanks, sorry, maybe I badly explained myself...  I did as you suggest and
>> managed to install the program...  But my problem after the installation is
>> now
>> running the program with
>> 
>> $ ./PDFtoMusic\ Pro 
>> 
>> which produces:
>> 
>> -bash: ./PDFtoMusic Pro: No such file or directory
>
> Because it's not in your current directory, is it.  It's in /usr/bin.
>
>> although I give that command in the same directory of the file.
>
> So you were IN /usr/bin at the time?  Why is your shell prompt hidden?
> Did you really strip it down to PS1='\$ ' with no other information in 
> it?
>
>> Same result with
>> 
>>  $ /usr/bin/PDFtoMusic\ Pro
>
> ...
>
> Start from the beginning.
>
> What version of Debian are you running?  On what architecture?
>
> How did you install this application?  Where does it come from?  What
> steps did you perform?
>
> What does "ls -ld /usr/bin/PDFto*" say?
>
> What does "file /usr/bin/PDFto*" say?
>
> If it's some kind of interpreted script (shell or otherwise), what does
> the first line of the script say?  It should begin with #! and it should
> most definitely absolutely positively NOT end with a carriage return
> character.  Try something like "head -n1 /usr/bin/PDFto* | cat -e".  If
> that ends with ^M$ then you've found a problem.
>
> If it's a compiled program, what does "ldd /usr/bin/PDFto*" say?


Thanks.  It's all right now (as I wrote) after full-upgrading to Sid...  I did
say where the application (a commercial one) comes from:

  http://www.myriad-online.com

But its capabilities are of great interest...

Rodolfo