Re: Uncle Ernie.
- From: Tux The Batty Penguin <me@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 27 Nov 2005 17:47:02 GMT
> On Sun, 27 Nov 2005 17:10:49 GMT, Tux The Batty Penguin
> <me@xxxxxxxxxxx> unleashed the following:
>>I was looking for one. There isn't one. The only text file is a licence.
>>I followed the instructions of the flash plugin I downloaded earlier.
>>I was looking to see if there was a flash plugin in for Konqueror as
>>everything opens in that by default (wish it didn't). It was downloaded
>>before I realized it was for Firefox. Firefox didn't need it as the flash
>>plugin had already been installed earlier. It installed itself without any
> It tells you within the tar file how and where to install it, there is
> a site where rpm's might be available but unfortunately my Mandrake
> 10.1 m/c is still packed in a box in the loft since our move to here
> and I can't remember the name of it.
I'm running out of fiddle about time, and brain power. I think I'd better
find a more up to date tutorial that goes into these things.
> Try the rpmfind site as it might get it for you.
I'm saving this post.
> To install rpm's or most tar files, you will need to open a terminal
> then su hit enter then put in your root password hit enter again so
> that you become the admin.
Did that but it still wouldn't run the file.
error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shared
object file: No such file or directory
> The rpm's are a bit simpler if you have one of the rpm installers in
> the Kmenu (that's if you have KDE installed as your desktop).
Yep! KDE can't see any.
Just ran a search " *rpm* " found nothing.
Cheers Geordie. Time for another tutorial I think. It's all a learning
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