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d4j
Hey people,

I've read the BNC Setup Guide and I have a problem with one of the commads.
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Once the bnc.conf is fully edited, save & exit the file. Now you can start it up (as your regular user, NOT ROOT) by typing bnc. You should see something like the following:

(lyte@linuxhelp.net) ~/bnc2.6.4# bnc
Irc Proxy v2.6.4 GNU project � 1998-99
Coded by James Seter :bugs-> (Pharos@refract.com) or IRC pharos on efnet
--Using conf file bnc.conf
--Configuration:
Daemon port......:6969
Maxusers.........:1
Default conn port:6667
Pid File.........:./pid.bnc
Vhost Default....:-SYSTEM DEFAULT-
Process Id.......:18313
Exit bnc{7} :Successfully went into the background.
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I'm a little confused, I've changed to a normal user and not using root and tried it in the terminal and I just get this:
mudshaney@d4j:~/bnc2.6.4$ ./bnc
bash: ./bnc: No such file or directory
mudshaney@d4j:~/bnc2.6.4$ ./bnc&
bash: ./bnc: No such file or directory
[1] 8755
[1] Exit 127 ./bnc
mudshaney@d4j:~/bnc2.6.4$

The contents of the directory are:
bnc.c
bncchk
bnc.conf
bnc.conf~
bncsetup
CHANGES
cmds.c
common.h
conf.c
confdefs.h
config.cache
config.h.in
config.log
configure
configure.in
COPYING
example.conf
Makefile
Makefile.in
Makefile.out
mkpasswd.c
motd
README
server.c

What do I type or where ? I'm new to linux so I'm using Ubuntu =/

Corey said
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either you don't have the binary compiled, or the binary is not executable


How do I do that ? lol blink.gif

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you in advance.
d4j
Anyone ?
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