This is a re-post of a question I've put here to no avail. I've been using Ubuntu for quite a while now, but my knowledge is limited. Please bear with me! :)
This issue revolves around the recent removal of ia32-libs in Ubuntu 13.10, and the game Binding of Isaac which depends on it -
I recently purchased the game as part of the Humble Bundle, excited that it is now available for Linux. However I have been unable to run either the 64 or 32 bit versions on my Ubuntu 13.10 64-bit system.
I cannot install the 64 bit version, as it depends on the ia32-libs package, which was removed in 13.10.
I am able to install the 32 bit version after installing all dependencies separately, but when starting the game I get the errors "libssl3.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory", "Error: initialising plugin." and "Error: initialising projector". I presume these all come when the game tries to load libraries that aren't there.
Both of the above instances occur when trying to install the game via a .deb file.
When I say "installing all dependencies", I mean installing every package listed as a dependency in the info attached to the .deb file.
Has anybody got any ideas about this?
libnss3:i386in the list of packages you've installed?