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Extract it from folder tsetup.0.8.36.tar.xz and put this folder wherever you want...and run the file named telegram in executable mode by double clicking it..that did for me
In your terminal type this commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:atareao/telegram sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install telegram
Supply LD_LIBRARY_PATH on launch. Or on compilation: -Wl,-rpath=/usr/weird/lib See what libraries will be used by the executable: ldd myprogram
I used to have these problems when configuring python with --enable-shared and the python executable would find and load the installed /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpython2.7.so. Removing that option from the configuration helped solve the problem.
These are the installed executables : /usr/bin/arg-cons /usr/bin/arg-db /usr/bin/arg-extract-ages /usr/bin/arg-extract-breaks /usr/bin/arg-extract-popsize /usr/bin/arg-extract-recomb /usr/bin/arg-extract-tmrca /usr/bin/arg-extract-treelen /usr/bin/arg-layout /usr/bin/arg-sample /usr/bin/arg-sample-genome /usr/bin/arg-serve /usr/bin/arg-sim ...
the software that you configure, make, make install can generally have the source dirs cleaned up. They should install everything they need as long as the installer was built properly. I'd suggest moving the dir that you compiled in and testing functionality before deleting. All of that work should be done in a src dir, normally the /usr/src, or even ...
don't try to delete anything inside / directory by your self there. In linux file system hierarchy there is /bin Common programs, shared by the system, the system administrator and the users. /sbin it contains the executable which requires the root permission to execute /lib contains the libraries required for the installed programs /usr Programs, ...
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