Thread: Problems RUN sac

Started: 2017-07-28 23:36:56
Last activity: 2017-07-31 20:16:57
Topics: SAC Help
aurora santiago
2017-07-28 23:36:56
Hi.
I installed SAC as follows:
-I changed my ".bashrc" by adding the lines:
Export SACAUX = / home / sac / aux
Export SACDIR = / home / sac
Export PATH = / home / sac / bin: $ PATH
As well as:
Export PATH = $ {PATH}: / bin / sbin: / lib: / usr / lib: /home/luz/sac/bin/sacinit.sh

-Also, I modified my file "sacinit.sh", changing:
Export SACHOME = / home / sac
- In a new terminal I executed: source .bashrc
Then, the resulting error is:
lza>sac
Total 25.45

And that's all it tells me.
  • George Sand França
    2017-07-29 20:47:09
    Hi, Aurora,

    Did you try remove the space?

    Like this "Export SACAUX = /home/sac/aux"

    For all commands

    Cheers

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    Em 2017-07-28 20:38, aurora santiago escreveu:

    Hi.
    I installed SAC as follows:
    -I changed my ".bashrc" by adding the lines:
    Export SACAUX = / home / sac / aux
    Export SACDIR = / home / sac
    Export PATH = / home / sac / bin: $ PATH
    As well as:
    Export PATH = $ {PATH}: / bin / sbin: / lib: / usr / lib: /home/luz/sac/bin/sacinit.sh

    -Also, I modified my file "sacinit.sh", changing:
    Export SACHOME = / home / sac
    - In a new terminal I executed: source .bashrc
    Then, the resulting error is:
    lza>sac
    Total 25.45

    And that's all it tells me.

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    • aurora santiago
      2017-07-31 14:30:48

      Hi, Prof George
      Yes, I have removed the spaces and I still have the same problem.
      When I type the command sac, it shows me the following line that indicates:
      Total 25.45
      Thank you
      • Robert Casey
        2017-07-31 20:16:57

        Hi Aurora-

        This looks like output from a utility called System Accounting.

        http://code.tools/man/8/sac/

        Something must not be resolving properly with your PATH variable when you log in.

        You can verify what is being run by typing 'which sac'. It will show you the path.

        If I were to guess at the problem, it would be one of three things:

        1. Your .bash_profile, which is executed when you log in to a terminal, is not doing a 'source ~/.bashrc'.
        2. You should change 'Export' to 'export' (lower case).
        3. SAC is not installed in /home/sac, but installed elsewhere.

        -Rob

        On Jul 31, 2017, at 7:30 AM, aurora santiago <auruis<at>yahoo.com.mx> wrote:


        Hi, Prof George
        Yes, I have removed the spaces and I still have the same problem.
        When I type the command sac, it shows me the following line that indicates:
        Total 25.45
        Thank you

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