I think you have to copy INTO Saxon-C-API, then type in './libsaxon-HEC-setup' and the rest as in the instructions.

I think you have to copy the Saxon-C-API AND rt directory to /usr/lib on Ubuntu, but on Suse, I don't know.

Am 05.06.2014 18:05, schrieb Christian Schwaderer:
Dear all,

thanks again for having advised me to give Saxon/C a try.

But I'm failing to install it.

I have an openSUSE 13.1 64-bit system (I can't use another distribution) and I'm absolutely new to Linux. Following the steps described on http://www.saxonica.com/html/saxon-c/index.html#installingLin seemed not too complicated, but I didn't succede.

So, I've downloaded the file libsaxon-HEC-setup64-v0.2.zip and unzipped it.

Now I've started the bash Console, navigated to the folder libsaxon-HEC-setup64-v0.2 and typed in './libsaxon-HEC-setup'.

Then it says 'File or directory not found.'

Going back to the root directory and typing in the command again had the same effect.

What now?
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks in advance!


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