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-bash: /Volumes/PRAXIS/Praxis/Anträge/F1: cannot execute binary file logout


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What can I do? Got no idea, I opened a file from this folder (.doc), could read it and when I tryed again this message came.
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Are you trying to open this file from the command line? Regardless of your answer to that, it looks as if the file has been made executable. Try the following to find out if this is indeed the case:

1. Open up Terminal (/Applications/Utilities)
2. Type the following:
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ls -l
3. Press space and then drag the Word document into the Terminal window. You should now have a command that looks like the following:
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ls -l /name/of/file
4. Press enter and paste the results of that here.

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