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Error chmod and install commands

 
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Hi,

when following this lines:


For this line:


I find this error:


and for this line:



the error:


Any idea, please?

Regards, Isaac
 
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Where are those instructions coming from? Perhaps there's some misinterpretation going on here.
 
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I got them from amazon

And I am running it in a virtual box on my local host
 
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I presume from the presence of apt‑get that you are using Ubuntu or similar.
There is not necessarily any such file as install; rather it is an option you pass to apt‑get, followed by a space‑separated list of packages to install.

You should only run ./install if you are in a folder corresponding to a package (often zipped as a .tar.gz or similar) which has an install program/script. You tend to have configure and make instructions too. The details should be in a readme or similar file if you actually have such a package. Most packages have changed in the last few years, and can now be installed by simpler means.
 
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Where did you get the AWS package from? What did you use for bucket name and region name?
 
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Ok now Im searching the folder which should contain the script to run

As bucket name:



as region:Cologne (Germany)
 
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It would appear that aws is an instruction added by one of the earlier instructions; it takes those three arguments one of them apparently an instruction to copy the bucket name etc. I don't appear to be able to run aws

campbell@campbellsComputer:~$ aws
The program 'aws' is currently not installed. You can install it by typing:
sudo apt-get install awscli

I presume your installation of awscli ran normally?
 
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Did you type


or



Both errors you get are saying that "install" file does not exist. The "install" file is created by the command above, which implies the problem lies in execution of that command.
 
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Hi,

this is what I type:



Or if also this case:



Or this case:



or this:



Any idea?

Regards, Isaac
 
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Did you configure your instance profile? Read how to do this.
 
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