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Posted by: zeth Oct 21 2002, 11:07 AM

Im running RH 8.0
I have downloaded amsn, and unzipped it. When I type ./amsn I get this:

bash: ./amsn: /usr/bin/wish: bad interpreter: No such file or directory

Im very new to linux, but isnt this supposed to work?

Posted by: jmhiggins Oct 21 2002, 12:37 PM

You first need to become root by typing su and then entering the password you setup. Next you want to change to the directory you created by using cd directory.name.here . Then most likely you will need to configure the tar ball by running ./configure if all the libraries check out and you dont receive any error messages you can then type ./install or perhaps you need to run ./make install and then run ./install. I hope that helps, I am no linux master myself tongue.gif

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