john.68taylor at btinternet.com
Tue Jun 26 12:02:04 BST 2007
Mark Jose wrote:
> On Tuesday 26 June 2007 11:14, John Taylor wrote:
>> Mark Jose wrote:
>>> On Tuesday 26 June 2007 10:47, John Taylor wrote:
>>>> I have GTK2 version from yesterdays download.
>>>> If I run
>>>> john at ubuntu:~$ ./seamonkey-installer
>>>> bash: ./seamonkey-installer: is a directory
>>>> john at ubuntu:~$
>>>> what do I do now?
>>> john at ubuntu:~$ cd ./seamonkey-installer
>>> john at ubuntu:~$ ./seamonkey-installer
>> Just the same as above!
> The message that seamonkey-installer is a directory means you would need to
> enter the directory first, thus the cd ./seamonkey-installer command I
> If it still complains, then I would have a look at the seamonkey folder you
> created and see what it contains. You should have, if you followed the
> instructions from the Mozilla site,
> A folder called seamonkey1.1.2, containing a folder called xpi, a
> seamonkey-installer-bin and 5 other text type files, one of which is called
> seamonkey-installer. That one is a shell script which is what we are trying
> to get to work.
Yes I have all above
> I would take a look at the folder called seamonkey1.1.2 and look around in
> there - check that you have the various bits I mentioned. Once you find the
> seamonkey-installer script, you could simply put the full path to it into a
> command line eg
> sh /home/john/seamonkey1.1.2/seamonkey-installer/seamonkey-installer
> or whatever the path is. In the example above, I am assuming that the script
> is in a folder called seamonkey-installer, which is in the seamonkey1.1.2
Inserting this doesn't seem to do anything
> If it would help, feel free to email me off the list and I am happy to work
> through it with you step by step if it would help.
> I am a little surprised that there isn't a version of seamonkey in the Ubuntu
> repositories actually - but I did check and there doesn't seem to be.
Not sure this helps..... but
./seamonkey-installer-bin: error while loading shared libraries:
libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
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