Note: While attempting to run Bash scripts ( for example,
./install.sh), if you encounter such errors as the following,
-bash: ./install.sh: Permission deniedit means that the script file does not have the executable rights to run as an executable. To solve the problem, type the folllowing on the Bash terminal, This will give the
./install.shBash script the executable attribute. Replace
./install.shwith the filename of the script that you are trying to run.
If you have any questions about the topics discussed on this page, feel free to ask in the comment section below or reach out to the ParaMonte library authors.