How to execute
Mon Jan 15 20:30:00 GMT 2001
If you are using the default naming conventions, and you have a .o file for your program, you must link it to make an executable
e.g. 'gcc helloworld.o' That executable will not be in /usr/bin unless you copy it there; by default, it would be in your current
directory; by default, in cygwin, it's named a.exe, and may be executed by typing
./a or ./a.exe
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ramesh.V" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 16, 2001 11:41 AM
Subject: How to execute
> Hi all,
> Iam new to cygwin . Iam able to compile a simple program hellowold.c but =
> when i try to execute helloworld.o from my home directory , the =
> following message is observed : BASH : /usr/bin/helloworld.o: No such =
> file or directory.=20
> Can any body kindly tell me how to execute any program/ where can i find =
> more info.
> Thanks in advance.
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