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Gunbot XT (v6.0.1) Installation on Mac

1- Unpack the release .zip file in a new folder. Then, from a terminal window, make sure both Gunbot and Gunthy GUI are executable:

chmod +x gunthy-macos
chmod +x gunthy-gui-macos

2-Start running Gunthy UI with the following command. Keep this terminal window open.

./gunthy-gui-macos

3-Open localhost:5000 in a browser on the same system. (modern browsers recommended, preferably Chrome or Firefox)

Depending on your systems settings, you may need to add a firewall rule to allow for incoming and outgoing traffic on TCP port 5000.
If you don’t want to use Gunthy GUI, you can start running Gunbot core with:

./gunthy-macos

4 Comments

siebert van zyl 10 January, 2018

is this java script program????

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    Aitor 12 January, 2018

    Nope

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luca tala 26 June, 2018

i’m having problem with my terminal window:

Last login: Tue Jun 26 19:33:08 on ttys000
MacBook-Pro-2:~ LT$ chmod +x gunthy-macos
chmod: gunthy-macos: No such file or directory
MacBook-Pro-2:~ LT$ chmod +x gunthy-gui-macos
chmod: gunthy-gui-macos: No such file or directory
MacBook-Pro-2:~ LT$ chmod +x gunthy-macos
chmod: gunthy-macos: No such file or directory
MacBook-Pro-2:~ LT$ chmod +x gunthy-gui-macos
chmod: gunthy-gui-macos: No such file or directory
MacBook-Pro-2:~ LT$ ./gunthy-gui-macos
-bash: ./gunthy-gui-macos: No such file or directory
MacBook-Pro-2:~ LT$ ./gunthy-macos
-bash: ./gunthy-macos: No such file or directory
MacBook-Pro-2:~ LT$

what can I do?
thanks

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    Aitor 26 June, 2018

    Hi Luca, you are getting “No such file or directory” message because you need to access bot directory before executing the commands. Same way we do in Msdos, we can change directories with the command “cd DIRECTORY-NAME”

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