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thank you for trying to help me even if this is not a priority issue and I apologize for this late answer. I wrote a generic “it doesn’t work” because I thought that once I knew the name of file to launch I could try solve this issue by myself. I recently tried again but without success.
So, here is a more detailed explanation of what I do and what are the troubles I find with my attempts:
– I download the zip file in the Desktop folder and I extract it in the same place, so the folder where I can find the “OpenSprinkler Updater” file is /home/marco/Desktop/OpenSprinkler-Updater-linux64 (if look at the “OpenSprinkler Updater” file I can see that: the file name has a space – not sure if it could be a problem – inside, the file type in the basic properties is a shared library (application/x-sharedlib) and the execute flag in the permission properties is not defined);
– I open the terminal and I enter in the /home/marco/Desktop/OpenSprinkler-Updater-linux64 folder with the command “cd /home/marco/Desktop/OpenSprinkler-Updater-linux64”;
– if I write in the terminal “sudo Opensprinkler Updater”, I get this message: “sudo: OpenSprinkler: command not found”;
– if I write in the terminal “‘sudo Opensprinkler Updater'” (in inverted commas), I get the same message: “sudo: OpenSprinkler Updater: command not found”;
– if change the name of the file in, e.g., OpenSprinkler_Updter and I write in the terminal “sudo Opensprinkler_Updater”, I get the same message: “sudo: OpenSprinkler_Updater: command not found”;
So, I don’t know how to proceed. I think it could be good to document a little more this point of the procedure to help who, as I, is not so expert.