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Hav'nt....had some "real" mess to clean up... where were we? I downloaded the script...it needs more stuff, you wanted to use the 64 bit, so, does that one run?
I'm experimenting with WebGL here, it's...messy at best...some more info wold have been nice
Last edited by ButterflyMelissa; 04-28-2013 at 12:21 PM.
You're speaking greek. I've got no idea what you are doing.
If I did, I'd probably be doing it myself.
Well...it's not really greek - every program needs some "support" fro some shared things/libraries. BOINCtasks needs libnotify.so.4 and it camnnot find it...hence, I cannot start up the script...
Meditation should help us find the light, or...someone has to turn on the light...that's usually faster
turning in for the night...early shift tomorrow...
Sounds like you're having fun.
well, Linux is ... educational (to put it mildly) in that there's always yet an other hurdle...I've set the reminder in my phone to get a stak of DVD's so I can install Mint on the testbox...perhaps there's some stuff CrunchBang does not ship with...dunnow...
Last edited by ButterflyMelissa; 04-28-2013 at 02:55 PM.
If you have set up your box like my laptop is set up, you should have similar results unless it's the laptop that is causing the CPU Busy indicators.
...and the snag is: this *** box does'nt understand DVD's... :5
I doubt Mint is at the center of this, Mint is Debian based, as is CrunchBang...so there should be no significant difference...safe from the shipped bits-n-bobs...