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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2007 4:03 pm 
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StealthRT wrote:
Plugin "plugin:RBAppearancePak.rbx:0" is not supported for Linux

Take a gander at this link:
http://forums.realsoftware.com/viewtopic.php?p=79532

Are you running a 64-bit version of Linux?

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As far as i know its the 32-bit version. I'm running Minisys-Linus-Muppy-008-EN.iso. Its a version of Puppy Linux.

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Oh, I see. From what I gather from your post, it looks like you're running a LiveCD version of Linux.

Probably the best bet for testing/debugging apps in Linux would be to install VirtualBox (if you're running Windows XP, etc) and install Ubuntu and other distros as virtual machines. That way you don't have to reboot into Linux, you can just open up the virtual machine and test it out like that.

Is there any particular reason you prefer Puppy Linux?

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I am running puppy because i will be running the linux program on a e-box. Which is only 300mhz with 128 RAM. So running Ubuntu im sure would be extremly slow. I'm doing this for a Kiosk program i made on the website (hints the main reason i need the HTMLViewer to work).

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Here is a pic of what R4 looks like to me in linux.

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The grey box on top is the HTMLViewer and the big grey box on the bottom is the bevelbutton... Dont know whats going on cause i cant size them at all....

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Ok an update for you...

I got it working without the error when running it BUT it still gives me the HTMLviwerException error when i click the button. I have also tryed the Release 3... but still the same thing..

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Hi again,

All I can say is if you're using 2007r4 and it's still doing it, then, more than likely, your distro is either missing some requirements or there's some other incompatibility.

I'm sorry, I cannot think of anything else right now...

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Ok, i will try installing Ubuntu on a machine and seeing if i can get the results you did...

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Corbin D: this is the first time running linux and i cant seem to get Ubuntu 7 to install.... it just gives me a prompt to type commands at.....

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I encountered the same issue:
http://www.realsoftware.com/feedback/vi ... d=qoejvtud

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