Levinux Run Script Fails on Ubuntu and Dropbox

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    Ken

    Hi Mike,

    I installed Levinux locally on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64 bit and on Dropbox 64 bit following the instructions in the videos: ‘Here’s what Levinux looks like booting the 1st time’, ‘And here’s why it works great with Dropbox’.

    When I double click on ‘Levinux on Linux.sh’ on Dropbox or on the local install, it will not run.

    I did verified under > Properties > Permissions that Execute was checked.

    When I try to run ‘Levinux on Linux.sh’ on the command line on Dropbox or on the local install, it fails with the error message below:

    Code:
    ./Levinux*on*Linux.sh

    Error message:

    Levinux/Levinux on Mac.app/Contents/MacOS
    ./qemu-system-x86_64: error while loading shared libraries: librbd.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    I would appreciate your advice on how I can get Levinux running.

    Thanks,

    Ken

    #15642158713 Reply

    RogerU

    Once you are in the current folder for the script, you can run the script like this:

    sudo ./filename.sh

    #15642158715 Reply

    John

    I am having the same problem using arch linux, I cd into the levinux folder and run the chmod & ./ on the .sh and get this back…

    /qemu-system-x86_64: error while loading shared libraries: libtinfo.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    #15642159351 Reply

    dogan

    Hello,
    I have the following ‘permission denied’ problem, then trying to run the ‘PipulateLinux.sh’
    any ideas?
    :~/Desktop/software-archive/levinux-master$ sh ./PipulateLinux.sh
    ./PipulateLinux.sh: 11: ./PipulateLinux.sh: ./qemu-system-i386: Permission denied

    #15642159962 Reply

    MetaOrthoPara

    Dogan, did you try running the shell script as superuser, sudo?

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