- Just run
sudo sh filename.sh
- then enter your root password.
- That script will run and give you a message about the action.
- Very easy. Nah!
Install .sh files in Ubuntu
I am a fan of Seti@Home. So I need to install Boinc client. Boinc give us a .sh file to install. You know I am using Ubuntu Lucid Lynx 10.04. This is a debian based Linux. And we know that debian based distro use .deb extension as a installation file. But Boinc sofware is sharing as .sh file. I search the web and found that it is not much hard as I thought.