[squeak-dev] Re: How to switch vm's
asqueaker at gmail.com
Sat Apr 24 15:29:19 UTC 2010
Forgot to mention, I have execute permissions on both the softlink and
the file it points to..
On Sat, Apr 24, 2010 at 10:28 AM, Chris Muller <asqueaker at gmail.com> wrote:
> I need to go back to the 3.10-4 vm to do some profiling. I have two
> VM's installed on my Ubuntu server linux box; 3.10-4 and the new
> Before, I used to just have a soft-link named /usr/local/bin/squeak
> pointing to /usr/local/lib/squeak/3.10-4/squeak, and that is how I
> would switch VM's; by repointing the soft link.
> However, the new vm creates a binary file named /usr/local/bin/squeak
> which, performs some Linux magic of which I am not familiar.
> To attempt to switch back to the old vm, I renamed
> /usr/local/bin/squeak to /usr/local/bin/squeak.renamed and
> /usr/local/bin/squeak.sh to /usr/local/bin/squeak.sh.renamed.
> BTW, what is squeak.sh?
> I then created a softlink to the old executable:
> ln -s ../lib/squeak/3.10-4/squeak squeak
> Unfortunately, when trying to launch the vm:
> squeak -version
> I get:
> +exec: 1: : Permission denied
> I really need to switch VM's (temporarily). Any assistance is greatly
> - Chris
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