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New overwhelmed ubuntu user here, but so happy to be finally doing this. I have learned so much so far.

I just installed a package for a program called virtual moon atlas 6.0. It consists of three .tgz files; One for 386 processor, one for x86, and one for the data, and a .sh file. I ran the .sh file.

It installed, and the script ended with a output line saying that said in order to run the program run this following command. export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=~/virtual_moon/lib && ~/virtual_moon/bin/atlun

When I run this it says /home/josh/virtual_moon/bin/atlun: No such file or directory

Thinking I was some sort of genius and I decided to the run the following line of code with two vertical bars instead of two ampersands for basically no good reason. export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=~/virtual_moon/lib || ~/virtual_moon/bin/atlun

It ran without an error code, but I don't think it matters because I can't figure out how to launch the program or even find the program name to launch it from the command line by using the find command. What should I do?

Thanks for any help you offer. I am so happy to join this community finally.

  • Welcome to Ask Ubuntu!!!, did you try add LD_RUN_PATH=/your/path and run ldonfig ~/your/path?? – abu-ahmed al-khatiri Jan 8 at 8:39
  • Thank you! I ran the first line you gave me and it ran without an error. I ran the second one , and it said .... Can't create temporary cache file /etc/ld.so.cache~: Permission denied – josh Jan 8 at 8:48
  • try with sudo and don't forget to export your variable environments. finally make install again with some -LIBDIR flag see man make on your package – abu-ahmed al-khatiri Jan 8 at 8:54
  • How do I export my variable environments? – josh Jan 8 at 9:10
  • if you have LD_PATH=/your/path environments, you can add export LD_PATH also check it with echo $LD_PATH – abu-ahmed al-khatiri Jan 8 at 9:27
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I think your problem's not about a variable environments, i tried with following :

  1. Extract the .tar of VAM6 package

    $ tar -xvf virtualmoon-6.0-linux.tar vmapro_install.sh licence virtualmoon-data-6.0-linux_all.tgz virtualmoon-6.0-linux_x86_64.tgz virtualmoon-6.0-linux_i386.tgz

  2. Extract the .tgz file to get the data of VAM6

    $ mkdir -p VMA6 && tar xzvf virtualmoon-6.0-linux_x86_64.tgz -C VMA6 bin/ bin/atlun bin/weblun bin/datlun bin/photlun bin/cclun lib/ lib/libvma404.so share/ share/applications/ share/applications/cclun.desktop share/applications/virtualmoon.desktop share/doc/ share/doc/virtualmoon/ share/doc/virtualmoon/copyright share/doc/virtualmoon/changelog share/virtualmoon/ share/virtualmoon/language/ share/virtualmoon/language/photlun.en.po share/virtualmoon/language/cclun.fr.po share/virtualmoon/language/datlun.fr.po share/virtualmoon/language/cclun.en.po share/virtualmoon/language/maplun.en.po share/virtualmoon/language/weblun.fr.po share/virtualmoon/language/maplun.fr.po share/virtualmoon/language/vmadatabase.en.po share/virtualmoon/language/photlun.fr.po share/virtualmoon/language/datlun.en.po share/virtualmoon/language/weblun.en.po share/virtualmoon/language/vmadatabase.fr.po share/virtualmoon/data/ share/virtualmoon/data/country.tab share/virtualmoon/data/retic.cur share/pixmaps/ share/pixmaps/cclun.xpm share/pixmaps/virtualmoon.xpm

  3. Install it using .sh script

    $ sudo ./vmapro_install.sh Virtual Moon Atlas You can use this script without parameter for the initial installation of virtualmoon-6.0 or give the name of the additional file to install: sudo ./vmapro_install.sh PictureApollo.tgz Installing /home/praz/Downloads/virtualmoon-6.0-linux_x86_64.tgz Select installation directory [/usr/local] :/usr/local Now installing Virtual Moon Atlas to /usr/local Are you sure? [y,n] :y Installing /home/praz/Downloads/virtualmoon-data-6.0-linux_all.tgz libvma404.so (libc6,x86-64) => /usr/local/lib/libvma404.so Installation successful Then run Virtual Moon Atlas with the following command: /usr/local/bin/atlun Or the Command Center with the following command: /usr/local/bin/cclun

  4. I choose to installation directory on /usr/local, finally open your VAM6 using :

    $ /usr/local/bin/atlun Init OpenGL Check Acceleration Check texture size Texture max: 16384 Check Bumpmap Driver: INTEL OPEN SOURCE TECHNOLOGY CENTER MESA DRI INTEL(R) BAY TRAIL GL_ARB_texture_env_dot3 OK GL_ARB_fragment_program OK SetBumpMethod Check MultiTexture InitLabel InitSprite Init OpenGL OK

The VAM6 package will appears daemon like

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Hope this helps.

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    Haha. That should have been straightforward. I should have unpacked the .tgz file before running the .sh. I think I'll try to delete everything and try again. Thanks! – josh Jan 8 at 23:20
  • One more question however. I am going to use apt-get --purge, but how can I know what the package name is to use with this command? – josh Jan 8 at 23:28
  • @josh you can purge the package using sudo apt-get purge <your_package> or sudo apt-get remove <your_package> – abu-ahmed al-khatiri Jan 9 at 7:55
  • @josh yo're welcome! if my answer section can solved your issue, try to accept it with green checked of my answer!! – abu-ahmed al-khatiri Jan 9 at 7:59
  • I just checked it green. You wouldn't happen to know what the package name is for virtual moon do you? I can't find it using apt-cache. – josh Jan 9 at 23:43

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