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I could use a little help installing MusicMatch on Redhat Linux 9.0. I installed as user instead of root as suggested by the installation file. After what appeared to be a good install, when I went to the directory where the mmjb executable is installed and tried to run it I received this message in the terminal window:
"/home/freefly/mmjb/wine/bin/mmjb-wine: relocation error: /home/freefly/mmjb/wine
/lib/libntdll.so: symbol errno, version GLIBC_2.0 not defined in file libc.so.6
with link time reference"
If anyone could help me determine the error I made to cause this message it would be greatly appreciated.
What does that mean "try grip instead?" mmjb as far as I understand it is musicmatch jukebox --mmjb. How do I get rid of mmjb when MusicMatch chose it? As I understand it, MusicMatch requires wine; whatever that means :0( so I am still a little lost... Thanks.
Im running RH9 messed with different versions of wine that "works" with RH9 only to be left with that GLIB BS. I use musicmach in windows and its the best music player out there ( well to me that is). If its "for linux" they need to forget this wine BS and make it a true LINUX app.
Advice: Dump it and go with something that works
Last edited by itderanged; 10-11-2004 at 11:47 PM.