I have just upgraded to latest version of Manager Server.
I downloaded it from the most recent link: ManagerServer-Mac-x64.zip
I have installed file as usual and followed the new launch instruction “./ManagerServer”
But I get -bash: ./ManagerServer: Permission denied
Any help would be appreciated, I am running OS-x 10.15.6
I have never tried the OSX version of server, but if you’re getting a permission error, look at where manager is installed, who has access to run it and make sure you’re that user. You should be, but it’s weird.
- Where is it installed?
- Navigate to that folder in terminal and type:
ls -al and check the user and group assigned to the manager folder and then the files within it.
- Is that the same user you are logged in with? (it should be). I only run Mojave and so I have no idea about security issues and permissions for anything higher, it’s possible there is an issue there.
On a small Mac-Mini we use as the Server in the office.
I’ve checked that and it appears all the files are correctly loaded and User and groups are assigned.
I have downloaded the desktop version and everything is working ok, So it must be a issue with Server Version.
Is there still a need to use Mono?
The latest version doesn’t use Mono anymore.
ManagerServer is native OSX binary now.
Can you run
chmod +x ManagerServer
Thank you that worked perfectly.
You should add that new detail to the server download page, just in case anyone else gets stuck
That is an issue I use to run across often in linux, just because something should be an executable, doesn’t mean it is so when it’s installed (un-archived), although not exactly permissions based, it kinda is. It is a permission to execute a file and although that’s not what I was looking for in my
ls -al request, it would have been picked up.
Good to see it fixed and running.