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Ubuntu script return error

Tang__Hao
Beginner
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Hello,

I just downloaded Ubuntu installer. And tried to install by:

sudo sh ./gpa_19.2.343286_release_m64_deb_install.sh

However, it returned the following error:
./gpa_19.2.343286_release_m64_deb_install.sh: 3: ./gpa_19.2.343286_release_m64_deb_install.sh: Syntax error: "(" unexpected

 

Is there a place I can download old release?

Thanks.

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Schulenburg__Bernie
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I got this fixed the following way:

change the execution rights on the file..

sudo chmod +x gpa_19.2.343286_release_m64_deb_install.sh

 

then start installation not via

sudo sh ./gpa_19.2.343286_release_m64_deb_install.sh

but instead via:

sudo ./gpa_19.2.343286_release_m64_deb_install.sh

 

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Giselle_G_Intel
Employee
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Hello!

Thank you for reaching out with your issue. Are you trying to download another copy of 19.2 or are you attempting to grab release 19.1?

Are you running the script in Ubuntu? What version are you installing on?

Schulenburg__Bernie
529 Views

+1

I have the same issue:

sudo sh ./gpa_19.2.343286_release_m64_deb_install.sh

./gpa_19.2.343286_release_m64_deb_install.sh: 3: ./gpa_19.2.343286_release_m64_deb_install.sh: Syntax error: "(" unexpected

I am running

Description:    Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS
Release:    18.04
Codename:    bionic
 

 

Tang__Hao
Beginner
529 Views

I am running on:

Distributor ID:	Ubuntu
Description:	Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS
Release:	18.04
Codename:	bionic

 

Schulenburg__Bernie
530 Views

I got this fixed the following way:

change the execution rights on the file..

sudo chmod +x gpa_19.2.343286_release_m64_deb_install.sh

 

then start installation not via

sudo sh ./gpa_19.2.343286_release_m64_deb_install.sh

but instead via:

sudo ./gpa_19.2.343286_release_m64_deb_install.sh

 

Giselle_G_Intel
Employee
529 Views

Hey Bernie,

Thank you providing the solution that worked for you! Hao, is this something you could try and let us know if it works for you as well?

 

Tang__Hao
Beginner
529 Views

Yes, it worked on my side too.

Thanks everyone.

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