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Hey there,

Got myself one of those awesome-sounding dedicated servers. Decided to install BYOND on it. Get the version, unzip, sudo make install. And that's where shit goes bad.

[email protected]:~/byond# DreamDaemon --version
-bash: /usr/local/bin/DreamDaemon: No such file or directory

Starting with that.
I can see the link in that place. And the file it's linking to is actually there. But whatever the hell I do, and how many times I try to install it. It doesn't. It refuses to work.

I'm not really good at Linux, I can install BYOND easily, but apparently not even that any more. So some help would be very much appreciated.


EDIT: Running Ubuntu 12.04, 64-bit. Fresh install.
Run

sudo apt-get install ia32-libs


Which will install the standard set of 32-bit libraries to run 32-bit programs from. This is actually a legacy method of doing it since the addition of the 'multiarch' package, but the command still exists to make things easier.

If it tells you the ia32-libs package doesn't exist it should give you a list of packages to install to replace it.
I should've known, damn it.
Thanks, I'm gonna be sure to remember this one in the future. I used to do this, but then I didn't have to because it came pre-installed.