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I downloaded planeshift for linux 32 bit version. It saved to my documents, but I can't figure how to install, any help is appreciated....
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    Installing planeshift?


    I downloaded planeshift for linux 32 bit version. It saved to my documents, but I can't figure how to install, any help is appreciated.

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    use these commands.
    # chmod a+x filename
    # ./filename
    I guess "PlaneShift-v0.4.03-x86.bin" should be the filename.
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    I tried that, it said it couldn't find it, it is a torrent file if that helps.

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    it is a torrent file if that helps.
    Is that a torrent root file to download package using torrent client or a PlaneShift package downloaded through torrent client?
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    I used bittorrent (transmission) download the file from the site to my videos folder and it say it is PlaneShift-v0.4.03-x86.bin.

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    Alright ! As b2bwild suggested already, open Terminal and navigate to folder having PlaneShift-v0.4.03-x86.bin, execute chmod command.
    Let say, that file is on Desktop.

    Code:
    cd ~/Desktop 
    chmod +x PlaneShift-v0.4.03-x86.bin
    ./PlaneShift-v0.4.03-x86.bin
    Post output here.

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