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October 10, 2006, 9:43 pm
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i've written a c++ program that converts one file type to another via
two arguments (the input and output filenames).
i want to execute this on my server, using something like
exec("myprogram.exe $arg1 $arg2");
but then I realized my server is linux, and my program was compiled for
so I uploaded the .cpp instead, and now i'm trying to compile it doing
which returns an exit code 127... not really sure what that means.
I'm guessing I probably don't have permission to be creating files on
my server...is there anyway I can change this permissions or anything?
(or what group should I be posting this in??)
Re: executing programs on a server
What is gccp? Did you mean gcc (or g++)? 127 is (usually) "command not found".
There's more options you'll need to pass as well - at least "-o" to specify
the name of the final executable (else it'll come out as "a.out" for historical
Trying to compile code by executing shell commands through PHP is going to be
a total nightmare. It can be done but it's an incredibly awkward way to work.
Do you not have a shell login to the server, so you can run commands normally?
A general Linux group most likely - comp.os.linux.misc ?
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