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zeth
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?
jmhiggins
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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