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post #11 of 19
Hmm....it should work to be honest. uhh try root?
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Gah! I can't get anything to install. Can somone tell me step by step what to do?
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Here's a screenie.
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did you run the chmod?
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post #15 of 19
Quote:
Originally Posted by radbirts
Here's a screenie.
The realplayer binary on the site was probably built against older versions of your system libraries.

First, tell me if you can run:
Code:
sudo uname
post #16 of 19
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ch13f121
did you run the chmod?
Yeah, I think. What does that do? Does that make it executeable or soemthing?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Xaimus
The realplayer binary on the site was probably built against older versions of your system libraries.

First, tell me if you can run:
Code:
sudo uname
Yeah, I can run that, and it says the password is Linux but it doesn't work.
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post #18 of 19
your password should be whatever you use to log in to ubuntu. and yes, that chmod makes that binary package executable.
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post #19 of 19
Quote:
Originally Posted by radbirts
Yeah, I think. What does that do? Does that make it executeable or soemthing?
Yes. The problem is, you're missing an old library needed by RealPlayer.

Quote:
Originally Posted by radbirts
Yeah, I can run that, and it says the password is Linux but it doesn't work.
uname just gives general information about your computer; if I execute uname on my machine, I get "FreeBSD".

I was curious to see if sudo was working properly. As Ch13f121 said, the password you use at the sudo password prompt should be your user password.
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