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How to Execute a Bin file in Ubuntu


$chmod +x *.bin && ./*.bin

  • This is the command used to execute a “.bin” file in a UBUNTU OS.
  • This command is the mixture of two commands.
  • First part “chmod +x *.bin” is the command to give global permission to all users for the file.
  • Second part “./*.bin” is the command to execute the “.bin” file.
  • You can replace the * with the file name of your “.bin” file.
  • If it not work just prepend “sudo ” with the command.
i.e.,  $sudo chmod +x *.bin && ./*.bin
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