[pymvpa] running .sh file

Yaroslav Halchenko debian at onerussian.com
Wed Sep 5 15:42:32 UTC 2012

1. there would be no c: like in windows ;)  if you shared whole C drive
and gave your mount point name c, then your path would have been
smth like


but unfortunately I see nothing under /media -- so something went wrong
with either how you specified the shared folder or may be guest
extensions inside neurodebian ... but first double check that you did
specify paths correctly for the shared folder

2. why not just to download tutorial_data within the VM and work there?

On Tue, 04 Sep 2012, Abduljalil Sireis wrote:
>    Here you have a screenshot of what was written.. and even when i wrote
>    "mount" in the terminal window, nothing has been mounted.
>      > � �The same error appeared :)

>      ok -- just provide a screenshot -- I am not sure what you are doing
>      there
>      > I had used shared folders and included this
>      > � �directory in the virtual drive as "permanent" and " auto-mount" but
>      don't
>      > � �really know how to achieve to the files in the host machine.�

>      if it was not named 'host' then look for it under /media I believe.
>      Also you could type

>      mount

>      in a terminal and see if at the end it has something what you needed
>      mounted
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