To run a binary executable file in the Linux terminal, you can follow these steps:
- Open the terminal by pressing Ctrl+Alt+T.
- Navigate to the directory where the executable file is located. Use the cd command to change directories. For example, if the file is located in the "Documents" folder, you would use the command:
- Make sure the file has executable permissions. You can use the chmod command to change permissions. For example, if the file name is "my_file", you would use the command:
- Execute the file by typing its name into the terminal. For example, if the file name is "my_file", you would use the command:
Note: The "./" before the file name is important as it indicates that the file should be executed from the current directory.
The binary executable should now run in the terminal.