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Originally Posted by MikeTbob huh. Well try changing it back to Code: sudo apt-get install libX11-data libxcb1 libxau6 libxdmp6 libcurl3 lame I have a feeling this will fail also. I ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
    huh.
    Well try changing it back to
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install libX11-data libxcb1 libxau6 libxdmp6 libcurl3 lame
    I have a feeling this will fail also. I don't have access to Mint right now to check the repos for the files. I can't even find some of them on Fedora.
    I'm off for a bit, will have to check this out later.
    MikeTbob,
    I was also off-line eating supper. Still really appreciate your help. Here's the latest:

    dick@music ~ $ sudo apt-get install libX11-data libxcb1 libxau6 libxdmp6 libcurl3 lame
    [sudo] password for dick:
    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information... Done
    E: Unable to locate package libxdmp6
    dick@music ~ $

    I'm going to post these results to the LMDE forum and see what kind of response I geet there. They've usually been very helpful to this old guy also.
    Thanks, please let me know what else to try and I will keep you posted if I can find any answers.
    tlcmd (aka Dick)

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    eliminate the problem.
    sudo apt-get install libX11-data libxcb1 libxau6 libcurl3 lame
    I don't know where the libxdmp6 is supposed to come from. Perhaps this is the "missing Deb" file they were talking about.
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    MikeTbob,
    I did it and it did install so then repeated it for you: here it is showing these installed. Everything doesn't work like it didn't work before. Any further advice?? Please?? Thanks for you work and advice.
    tlcmd (AKA Dick)
    dick@music ~ $ sudo apt-get install libX11-data libxcb1 libxau6 libcurl3 lame
    [sudo] password for dick:
    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information... Done
    libcurl3 is already the newest version.
    libx11-data is already the newest version.
    libxau6 is already the newest version.
    libxcb1 is already the newest version.
    lame is already the newest version.
    0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
    dick@music ~ $

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    I found it.
    Debian -- Package Download Selection -- libxdmcp6_1.1.1-1_i386.deb
    That's for the i386 package. If you have a 64 bit machine you need a different file.
    Download that, install it. I think you can click on it and open it with your package manager. Try running your program again. Post any errors.

    EDIT: If you need a different version, look here.
    http://packages.debian.org/sid/i386/libxdmcp6/download
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    MikeTbob,
    Thank you very much for continuing to help me. When I downloaded and installed the deb file:
    Debian -- Package Download Selection -- libxdmcp6_1.1.1-1_i386.deb

    I got X11 Display Manager Control Protocol library
    This package provides the main interface to the X11 display manager control protocol library, which allows for remote logins to display managers.
    More information about X.Org can be found at: <URL:http://www.X.org>
    This module can be found at git://anongit.freedesktop.org/git/xorg/lib/libXdmcp


    But was told that the package was already installed. And I still could download and was told that MC 19 was installed, yet I cannot find it in the programs list and get this, as usual when I try running mediacenter in the terminal:

    dick@music ~ $ mediacenter
    JRiver install path (process: 4755): /usr/lib/jriver/Media Center 19/
    CJRSharedToolsHelper::AuthenticateJRSharedLib
    JRFileSystem::GetDirectoryAppdataCommon
    CJRSharedToolsHelper::AuthenticateJRSharedLib
    JRFileSystem::GetDirectoryDocuments
    JRFileSystem::GetDirectoryDesktop
    Illegal instruction
    dick@music ~ $

    Where do I go from here, please?
    If nothing else, I've presented you with a real Linux challenge. I suppose I can keep waiting until JRivers finally comes up with another updated program file the first one was Mediacenter 19.0.051, now there's the .52 out.

    Again, MikeTbob, I really appreciate the help and hope you can find the answer, but somewhere along the line, JRivers has to find the fix also, as you can tell from the post under the Linux version on their forum.
    Thanks, again.
    Please let me know when you've reached the hair pulling and screaming state I'm very near.
    Harmmmmmmmoniously (I'm a barbershop singer),
    tlcmd (aka Dick)

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    Well, at this point, what I would do next is re-install JRiverMC to make sure it gets all the newly installed libs linked and whatnot. Can you give us a run down on how you go about installing JRiverMC? Is it all command line? What it the exact command?
    Is this a 32 or 64 bit computer?
    Post the output of
    Code:
    sudo cat /proc/cpuinfo
    sudo uname -a
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    Try this also and post the results.
    Code:
    sudo ldd -d /usr/lib/jriver/Media*/*.so
    Code:
    sudo ldd -d /usr/lib/jriver/Media*/Plugins/*.so
    EDIT:
    Run this command and put any output.
    Code:
    sudo /usr/bin/mediacenter
    Normally you don't want to run something like this as root or sudo because it might lead to trouble. We are trying to figure out a problem here and I think it'll be safe to do so.
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    MikeTbob,
    here is the procedure: And I am running 32 bit.
    1) Go to JRivers Interact, log-in and download
    http://files.jriver.com/mediacenter/...er-19.0.52.deb into my downloads folder (no choice but to save or cancel).

    2) Open download folder and right click that file and choose to dinstall with the GDeb installer.

    3) I get the "Package installer for Media Center in a box in the left upper screen and left click "install package" and grant administrative rights.

    4) The installer runs (green bar back and forth and then tells me that "all dependencies are satisfied and package is installed.

    5) Media Center 19 or that program under any other name is not found even with "search" in my list of programs.

    60 When I enter "mediacenter" into the terminal I get
    dick@music ~ $ mediacenter
    JRiver install path (process: 3971): /usr/lib/jriver/Media Center 19/
    CJRSharedToolsHelper::AuthenticateJRSharedLib
    JRFileSystem::GetDirectoryAppdataCommon
    CJRSharedToolsHelper::AuthenticateJRSharedLib
    JRFileSystem::GetDirectoryDocuments
    JRFileSystem::GetDirectoryDesktop
    Illegal instruction
    dick@music ~ $

    So, I gather that the program is somewhere on my computer, but I cannot find it nor ope it.
    Where would you suggest I go from here (no, don't say it)?

    Harmmmoniously,
    tlcmd (aka Dick)
    Last edited by tlcmd; 10-06-2013 at 04:52 PM. Reason: additional info

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    MikeTbob,
    I did pick up this from the JRivers Interact forums. How do I use this piece of information, please.
    Thanks,
    tlcmd (aka Dick)

    MC's libraries won't load without the necessary system shared library supports.
    You can use ldd -d 'filename" on the MC libs and executable to find out what you are missing.

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    See post 17 above.

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