When I try to run the .run file on nautilus the pointer changes into a wheel and does nothing, I did change the permission to make it executable, also at first it only tryed to open it with gedit so I had to manually choose to execute it as a program from the menu. After I run it on terminal and try to build the package for later install it gives me this error and I can't figure out what's the issue.
chmod 744 debian/pxpress/switch* dh build make: dh: Command not found make: *** [build-arch] Error 127 dpkg-buildpackage: error: debian/rules build gave error exit status 2 Cleaning in directory . dpkg-checkbuilddeps: Unmet build dependencies: debhelper (>= 7) dh-modaliases execstack debuild: fatal error at line 1328: You do not appear to have all build dependencies properly met. You can use mk-build-deps to generate a dummy package which Depends on all the required packages, or you can install them manually using dpkg or apt using the error messages just above this message.
On IRC someone told me it could be devscripts but after installing it still gave me the error so I uninstalled it again. I'm trying to install this because the one in ubuntu fglrx-updates won't let me open amdccl as administrator, a little black window opens requesting the password but it won't do anything after and it closes too fast to see any message. Any ideas?
By the way I also used this command
sudo sh *.run --buildpkg Ubuntu/trusty but I think I got the same error as well. Dang, I checked the ati site http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/amdcatalyst13-12linreleasenotes.aspx it seems like the driver is not compatible with 14.04 or kernel 3.13 but I'm just trying to build the package not install it, it should at least do that right? I still would like to fix the issue.