Create Your Own Linux, Android and iOS Apps Using “LiveCode” in Linux

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5 Responses

  1. Steve Ellis says:

    I have managed to install LiveCode on my Mac with no problems but have tried to follow your instructions for Linux and I get the following error… I am using Linux Mint 17… any ideas please or am I doing something really silly?

    [email protected] ~ $ chmod 755 LiveCodeCommunityInstaller-6_6_2-Linux.x86 [email protected] ~ $ ./LiveCodeCommunityInstaller-6_6_2-Linux.x86
    bash: ./LiveCodeCommunityInstaller-6_6_2-Linux.x86: No such file or directory
    [email protected] ~ $ dir
    Desktop LiveCodeCommunityInstaller-6_6_2-Linux.x86 Public
    Documents Music Templates
    Downloads Pictures Videos
    [email protected] ~ $

    • Hanny Helal says:

      Hi Steve.

      As i see, you were able to set the permissions to the file successfully, now all what you have to do is to open your home folder (using any file manager) and run the LiveCode installer in your home folder, this is the easiest way to do it.

      Thanks.

      • Steve Ellis says:

        Hanny, Thanks for the response, but I thought I had tried that. I have followed the instructions above but it does not work so is something missing from the instructions?

        • Hanny Helal says:

          Hi Steve.

          The instructions are full, tested on many computers and it worked good, in fact it is just to download the file, give it the right permissions and click on it to run.

          If it still doesn’t work with you, Please open a terminal, drag and drop the livecode file to the terminal window and click on Enter, and give us the output to see where the problem is.

          Thanks.

          • Steve Ellis says:

            As requested….

            [email protected] ~ $ ‘/home/steveellis/LiveCodeCommunityInstaller-6_6_2-Linux.x86’
            bash: /home/steveellis/LiveCodeCommunityInstaller-6_6_2-Linux.x86: No such file or directory
            [email protected] ~ $

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