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Which script are you running? Here is the readme from libnjb web-site: README If you have libnjb installed and have hotplugging, then you only need to run the hotplug.sh script. ...
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    Which script are you running?

    Here is the readme from libnjb web-site:

    README

    If you have libnjb installed and have hotplugging, then you only need to run the hotplug.sh script. If you don't know where it is, then maybe installing the entire lib from source would work better?

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    is there a 'find' command?

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    Sure enough.

    http://linux.about.com/od/commands/l/blcmdl1_find.htm

    If you're tring to find a lib, the locate command will work better:
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    locate libnjb
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    ok, i found a hotplug.sh.in file. i'm not sure what the .in at the end means. when i run it nothing happens...

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    jnev,

    I'm starting to think that you might be better off you if d/l the tarball and install it from source. It's not really that complicated, and you'll learn quite a bit about installing applications from source.

    I don't know what/where you found the .in file. I just checked the latest libnjb tarball and it has the correct script that you need.

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    ok, i'll try that later on today. how do i install the tarball?

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    bump...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnev
    ok, i'll try that later on today. how do i install the tarball?
    http://www.linuxforums.org/tutorials...ial-19957.html
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    whoops, i kinda forgot about this thread...

    anyways, i downloaded and installed the tar.gz of libnjb. according to this gnomad's site (http://gnomad2.sourceforge.net/?section=article) it says i have to go the libnjb directory and run './configure && make && make install && ldconfig'. when i run this i get 'no such file or directory'. what's wrong now? gnomad still doesn't recognize the device...

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    btw, i still can't find a hotplug.sh . all that's there is the hotplug.sh.in

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