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well if you could post the error when you get home it would be helpfull.. im probably not the best person to continue adviseing you though:)...
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    well if you could post the error when you get home it would be helpfull.. im probably not the best person to continue adviseing you though:)

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    ok, i'll check out the errors tonight and start a post tomorrow or add to this one, thanks for your help though

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    add to this one.. same problem = same post ;)

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    Try command's
    whereis "filename"
    or
    locate "filename"
    Either of these will tell you where the file is located.

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