I was trying to get back into the game RuneScape the other day, and tried copying and pasting the terminal code on RuneScape's website for the Ubuntu client:
sudo -s -- << EOF wget -O - https://content.runescape.com/downloads/ubuntu/runescape.gpg.key | apt-key add - mkdir -p /etc/apt/sources.list.d echo "deb https://content.runescape.com/downloads/ubuntu trusty non-free" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/runescape.list apt-get update apt-get install -y runescape-launcher EOF
Each time I tried this it would say it could not find "package runescape-launcher." I even tried entering the lines one by one, starting with the second line, rather than copying and pasting the whole block. Does this have to do with my 32-bit system?
I decided to maybe try Wine instead with the Windows .exe install file (not ideal, but if it works and lags, at least it works). I got Wine running the installer and it said it would download 2015 C++ Windows redistributable. I clicked all the default file locations.
Well it tried to install and popped up that it could not install the C++ 2015 redistributable. I tried downloading it myself but it was a Windows file so I wasn't sure where to put it. Does Wine have some special directory or something? Also, it was attempting to download one other thing, I forget what it was but can check if you need to know, and it was unsuccessful in downloading that too.
Any help with installing either of these programs (Ubuntu client or Windows .exe through Wine) would be greatly appreciated. I tried installing the older version of RuneScape, which came as a .msi, and it worked fine in Wine without the "could not install C++" thing. I am running Ubuntu 16.04 with a 32-bit system. Let me know if you need any more details.