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# in the same way, check the other programs that should be used
 
# in the same way, check the other programs that should be used
 
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returns a message like <code>file or directory not found</code> then this means that you do not have the symlink. But even if these commands do not return errors, you should also check the targets of the symlink:
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returns a message like <code>file or directory not found</code> then this means that you do not have the symlink. But even if these commands do not return errors, you should also check the targets of the symlink, as shown in the output of the <code>ls -l</code> commands.
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Again, these commands should not return an error message. If they do, the programs are not installed in the location where the symlink points to. You'll have to install the programs properly (in /Applications) and make the symlink point to the correct location.
ls -l /Applications/xdsgui.app/Contents/MacOS/xdsgui
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ls -l /Applications/XDS-Viewer.app/Contents/MacOS/xds-viewer-bin
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Again, these commands should not return an error message. If they do, the programs are not installed in the location where the symlink points to. You'll have to either install the programs properly (in /Applications) or make the symlink point to the correct location.
      
A quick way is also
 
A quick way is also
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