ViewMSX for Linux 0.01

por MSX Resource Center en 17-12-2011, 10:59

ViewMSX-Linux is an MSX graphics viewer for the GNU/Linux platform. ViewMSX-Linux can view many MSX2 and 2+ graphics formats, some compressed formats, G9B files and even some video formats. ViewMSX-Linux can also view newer graphics files such as those used by VSCREEN or SymbOS.

ViewMSX-Linux is an experimental binary and may contain differences compared to the ViewMSX win32 package.

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Por Manuel

Ascended (16119)

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26-10-2013, 12:22

As it's a dynamically linked binary, it's bound to stop working at some point. But worse: the binary is 32-bit only, so it won't run on my 64-bit Linux install (which is probably what most people have nowadays)... Sad

Please provide source code!

Por DrWh0

Paladin (772)

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26-10-2013, 17:55

Hi Smile

The program uses old gtk 2.0 libraries (Gnome 2.x) while modern distros uses 3.0 (Gnome 3.x), you should copy libraries files needed by this program and copy manually in your distro (/usr/share/bin or the very same folder of the program itself, I suppose you only need a few files for example "libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0"), gtk3 is compatible with 2.0 versions but some programs are very picky and forces you using that versions, so placing those libraries in the same location will make the program happy.

I hope this post helps you

Por Manuel

Ascended (16119)

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26-10-2013, 22:01

It seems to link to 32-bit libs... I'm on 64-bit. When I try to let it link to that lib (which I have in /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/), I get the error that it doesn't expect 64-bit libs: /ViewMSX-Linux: error while loading shared libraries: libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64

Por yzi

Champion (441)

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27-10-2013, 16:28

No source? Why?

Por DrWh0

Paladin (772)

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30-10-2013, 23:21

Sorry by replying so late, but i have been very busy lately..

I always install ia32-libs on my 64bits installation for that reason (i have a bunch of programs for 32bits only like pcsx2).

Also I suggest you reading this article, can be very useful for you Smile

http://www.maketecheasier.com/run-32-bit-apps-in-64-bit-linux/

Of course if everything fails you can always run a vm with a 32 bits version if you are one of 32 bits hater :P

By the way, which distro are you using?