[SOLVED] Is there a source for older Google-Earth versions?
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Just for your information, the link on http://slackbuilds.org/repository/13...a/GoogleEarth/ still works. The file you get there, GoogleEarthLinux.bin, is version 188.8.131.527 (strings GoogleEarthLinux.bin | grep label=). So you can still build the SBo version, if you want.
Thanks! I had read that GE changed the bin without changing the name and had downloaded from the 14.1 SBo script. I had DuckDuckGo'ed for older versions without luck, but had not actually downloaded/md5'ed from the older SBo script URL - it is in fact a different archive and it works!
Thanks for the response - I grabbed the Slacky.eu package, which works, but ended up building from the 13.37 SBo script with lems' direction so that it is now in my locally managed repo. I should have thought to look at Slacky.eu as they can be a good resource, but I rarely use prebuilt packages so I forget about them - thanks for the reminder!
Thanks to all, I now have GoogleEarth working perfectly on my old Intel hardware!