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I am new to Linux and am starting to use Ubuntu. Geoqo looks like a great app to continue my hobby of geocaching with.
I think I managed to install the perl, sqlite and CPAN elements simply by copying and pasting the terminal commands for the Debian distro from the web site. Now I come to "unpack" Geoqo but the subsequent lines starting with the .tar.gz in Terminal result in a Not Found response. I also managed to download the 0.97 tar.gz version to my desktop but when I open it I see no folders suggesting I could open the program itself. I'm stuck!
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>>>>> On Wed, 23 Jul 2008 22:22:23 -0700 (PDT), Fred Felter <felterf@...> said:
FF> I am new to Linux and am starting to use Ubuntu. Geoqo looks like a
FF> great app to continue my hobby of geocaching with.
I got further yesterday in my hopefully last efforts to get a completely
compiled binary ready to go. It's almost working, but I'm testing some
last glitches I found.
(for anyone interested, I've been playing with the PAR::Packer module
that builds complete self-contained perl "thingies"; the trick is
loading all the optional modules ahead of time).
"In the bathtub of history the truth is harder to hold than the soap,
and much more difficult to find." -- Terry Pratchett