[nSLUG] Executable won't execute on Debian Stretch
jwark at bellaliant.net
Sun Jul 2 16:05:51 ADT 2017
Thank you very much for this.
Oliver Doepner wrote:
> You might have a 32bit Seamonkey on a 64bit system and Seamonkey
> cannot find some libs.
Yes, I did have the 32bit version, and very likely there *were* missing
> See this question/answer:
I expect the message "bash: ./seamonkey: No such file or directory" was
saying that libs were missing, not that it could not find the seamonkey
executable, as I had assumed.
> I would try installing Seamonkey the apt-get way, as described on
> this page:
> https://wiki.debian.org/Seamonkey <https://wiki.debian.org/Seamonkey>
I tried this and unfortunately the page that the download was supposed
to come from gave an error message, and I was unable to obtain the
package for installation. I would have preferred this message.
> Alternatively, there is a Linux/x86_64 build available from here (see
> contributed Builds):
Indeed! And I now have this successfully installed.
> Oliver Doepner
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