02-20-2011 05:14 PM
what is the exact path of the directory you are in? you can get the path by typing in:
and when you do that, next type in this command:
then paste the out put of both commands in this post. good luck!
02-20-2011 05:14 PM
What platform are you on?
Which bin folder are you CDing to?
What do you see in that folder if you look at a directory listing?
If you are on Windows and have a blackberry-signer.bat file in that directory, you will not get that error when you type the command unless you also don't have Java installed, or at least available in your PATH environment variable.
(Is it safe to assume you're a complete rookie at using the command line?)
02-20-2011 05:17 PM
aasdoc blackberry-airpackager blackberry-signer fdb.exe aasdoc.bat blackberry-airpackager.bat blackberry-signer.bat fontswf acompc blackberry-connect client-RDK-3974140044.csj fontswf.bat acompc.bat blackberry-connect.bat compc jvm.config adl blackberry-deploy compc.exe mxmlc adl.exe blackberry-deploy.bat copylocale mxmlc.exe adt blackberry-keytool copylocale.exe optimizer adt.bat blackberry-keytool.bat digest optimizer.exe amxmlc blackberry-nativepackager digest.exe swcdepends amxmlc.bat blackberry-nativepackager.bat fcsh swcdepends.exe asdoc blackberry-packager fcsh.exe swfdump asdoc.exe blackberry-packager.bat fdb swfdump.exe
02-20-2011 05:22 PM
there migh be an underlying issue. instead of doing just hte short hand version, try to write out the entire path like this:
"/Applications/Adobe Flash Builder Burrito/sdks/blackberry-tablet-sdk-0.9.3/bin/"blac
kberry-signer -csksetup -cskpass abc123
Note: Remember the quotes and do it exactly as it is above. good luck!
02-20-2011 05:23 PM
On the Mac, which is a Posix system, you can't execute programs in the current directory just by typing their name. You need to prefix the name with ./, so in this case you'd do "./blackberry-signer". It's a protection mechanism to prevent some too-frequent cases of "pilot error".
02-20-2011 05:25 PM