Installing GRT (Linux)

  • I found no documentation at all on how to run this software :(

    At first i got the error:
    "
    Failed to find / load framework library

    /home/XXXX/Downloads/GordonsReloadingTool/./guifrmwrk.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory"

    So i manually copied the guifrmwrk.so file to the main directory, then i got the error:
    "
    libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory" so i installed the ia32-libs

    Then i got the error:
    "Gtk-Message: 15:38:47.097: Failed to load module "atk-bridge""
    So i then installed i386 versions of libatk and libgail


    Now i get the error:
    "
    terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std :: bad_alloc'

    what (): std :: bad_alloc

    Aborted (core dumped) "



    What next? And why is there no installation instructions? I am not used to things being this troublesome to run.

    Regards

  • Gordon told me that with Linux it would be a better choice to use the Windows version with wine.

    look here: GRT & Linux

    GRT does not need to be installed. Just unpack and call the executable.

  • Gordon told me that with Linux it would be a better choice to use the Windows version with wine.


    look here: GRT & Linux

    GRT does not need to be installed. Just unpack and call the executable.

    Since wine is not an option here, running on Linux native would be another killer feature. :thumbsu:

    Otherwise I need to buy an extra PC.


    Zitat

    look here: GRT & Linux

    GRT does not need to be installed. Just unpack and call the executable.

    If it would work... but it doesn't ("file or directory not found"). :(

  • If it would work... but it doesn't ("file or directory not found"). :(

    That means the Windows version and also via Wine.