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hey im trying to copy a file... ill show you what im doing Code: root@Linux_Box:/opt/ymessenger/lib# /usr/bin/ymessenger /usr/bin/ymessenger: line 4: /opt/ymessenger/bin/ymessenger.bin: No such file or directory /usr/bin/ymessenger: line 4: exec: /opt/ymessenger/bin/ymessenger.bin: ...
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    copy paste via terminal


    hey im trying to copy a file... ill show you what im doing
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    root@Linux_Box:/opt/ymessenger/lib# /usr/bin/ymessenger
    /usr/bin/ymessenger: line 4: /opt/ymessenger/bin/ymessenger.bin: No such file or directory
    /usr/bin/ymessenger: line 4: exec: /opt/ymessenger/bin/ymessenger.bin: cannot execute: No such file or directory
    root@Linux_Box:/opt/ymessenger/lib# cp ymessenger* /opt/ymessenger/lib
    cp: cannot stat `ymessenger*': No such file or directory
    root@Linux_Box:/opt/ymessenger/lib# cp ymessenger.bin /opt/ymessenger/lib
    cp: cannot stat `ymessenger.bin': No such file or directory
    root@Linux_Box:/opt/ymessenger/lib# cp ./ymessenger.bin /opt/ymessenger/lib
    cp: cannot stat `./ymessenger.bin': No such file or directory
    i need ymessenger.bin in 2 places it seems, so how do i copy/paste it in the terminal (yes the file is currently in /usr/bin
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    Its not clear from your post what you want to copy. Can you provide some more detail.
    It seems that you have a binary file ymessenger which you want to copy? then why are you using ymessenger*? for this you should have some file ymessenger followed by something. It also seems that you do not have ymessenger.bin file in that directory.

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    i am trying to copy the ymessenger.bin file, which is definitely in /usr/bin and paste it into the /opt/ymessenger/bin folder. i tried # cp ymessenger.bin /opt/ymessenger/bin and i get this
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    root@Linux_Box:/opt/ymessenger/lib# cp ymessenger.bin /opt/ymessenger/bin
    cp: cannot stat `ymessenger.bin': No such file or directory
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    well i got that fixed but now i have this problem:
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    /usr/bin/ymessenger.bin: error while loading shared libraries: libgdk_pixbuf.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
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    That package is provided by gtk (can't remember whether its gtk or gtk2). On some distros its provided as libgdk_pixbuf or gdk_pixbuf.

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    Not to go OT on this, but you could look at pidgin as an alternative (which supports yahoo's chat client protocol). I'm sure slackware has a package available.

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    Again not OT, but yes, if you start up X, pidgin is preinstalled for you. It's great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattireland View Post
    Again not OT, but yes, if you start up X, pidgin is preinstalled for you. It's great!
    how do you send sms messages via pidgin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stinkoman
    how do you send sms messages via pidgin?
    I don't think Pidgin can do that. AMSN can, but I think it doesn't support the Yahoo protocol.
    Can't tell an OS by it's GUI

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    hmm yahoo and msn (windows style) can chat with eachothr, so youre sure about that?
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