17.9 Linux Differences
- Linux is a case-sensitive operating system.
By convention, directories, files, printer names and so on are usually in lower case. The exception to this is the .RRN files which are still in upper case.
- Instead of the directory "execute", LANSA on Linux uses the directory "bin".
- Instead of a back slash (\) to separate directories in a path, Linux uses a forward slash (/).
When looking for files or executing commands under Linux, change all upper case to lower case and use forward slashes (/) and not back slashes (\).
For example, if the path to the X_RUN executable under Windows was
it would become, under Linux:
Refer to the Deploying LANSA Applications on Linux Guide for more information.