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  • #1376

    gb
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    Hello,

    I´m trying to install V-Control3 in an Ubuntu 16.10 64bits machine.
    Is it possible?

    I´m getting this error:

    ./V-Control3_Lin
    Failed to find/load Framework library
    libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    I search for the file and it is under
    /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0

    If I move it to “V-Control3-Lin/V-Control3_Lin Libs” I get the following:
    Failed to find/load Framework library
    libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64

    Is there a version of VControl3 for 64 bit systems?

    Thank you :DDD

    #1377

    Dierk
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    V-Control is a 32 bit build at the moment. As soon as Xojo allows Xojoscript in 64 Bit Applications V-Control will run on 64 Bit as well.

    Meanwhile you have to install 32 Bit libs or Multiarch in 64 Bit Systems to allow 32 Bit software tu run.

    #1378

    gb
    Participant

    Thanks Dierk, that was fast 😀

    I installed the library 32 version and it runs smoothly.

    sudo apt-get install libgtk2.0-0:i386

    I will start playing with it.

    Thank you very much Dierk.

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    #1512

    Nacho
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    Hello,
    After many years in the Windows enviroment I droped it and changed to Ubuntu.
    But I do not know enough about it, so please I read the installation documentation but i need some help.
    Please:
    – How to install V-control in Ubuntu?
    – Can it be installed from app?
    – If not where to save the downloaded files (folder)?
    – Which binary to run?
    Thanks,

    #1513

    Dierk
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    Did you read the documentation?
    http://v-control.com/wiki/doku.php/system_requirements_installation

    If you have a 64 Bit Linux you need 32 Bit libs (see above)

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