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um, what command are you trying to run. stab in the dark (on a dartboard with a blindfold on <@); if you are in the same directory as the file you are tying to run (and . isnt in your $PATH), try running the command as ./whatever-floats-your-boat.
lamp isnt really a program... more like a collection of programs configured to work well together. if you already got linux installed this command would download the rest (as well as automatically download dependencies):
That never fixes anything, least of all "a bunch of commands". But you know this now, so my advice and opinion on that is that it is a very bad practice, so stop using 777 to "fix" anything because it never does.