You don't; ./ means in current directory. while minecraft-pi means look in the $PATH variable and run a program named "minecraft-pi". Allot programs are located in /bin . so if you wanted to run minecraft-pi, you should make a link to those bins, or add the current directory to $PATH. or just keep using ./scootn405 wrote:I received some errors when I tried to run minecratft-pi. The first thing is that I had to put:
Kind of new to linux command line and didn't realize I needed the ./ before the file name.
When zipping, I see most of the permissions get lost, you need to set it as "can run" an easy way to do it is : chmod 755 minecraft-pi
just like on a webserver