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 xplanet - improve your background
Author: marcelo 
Date:   06-09-05 01:05

i need some help on making the clouds script to work, when i try to execute the pl, there is an error.
:bad interpreter: No such file or directory
what could i do ?
regards



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 Re: xplanet - improve your background
Author: Dan 
Date:   06-09-05 01:08

On what operating system are you issuing this command?

What command, exactly, are you issuing?

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 Re: xplanet - improve your background
Author: marcelo 
Date:   06-09-05 02:40

i'm using xplanet on freebsd 5.4. i have downloaded the oliver white perl script. has set it to executable and tryed to execute but nothing happens.
regards

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 Re: xplanet - improve your background
Author: marcelo 
Date:   06-09-05 02:42

i'm using xplanet on freebsd 5.4. i have downloaded the oliver white perl script. has set it to executable and tryed to execute but nothing happens.
regards



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 Re: xplanet - improve your background
Author: Dan 
Date:   06-09-05 02:55

Do you have perl installed? You may need to install it.

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 Re: xplanet - improve your background
Author: marcelo 
Date:   06-09-05 03:31

i have perl installed

This is perl, v5.8.6 built

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 Re: xplanet - improve your background
Author: Dan 
Date:   06-09-05 10:58

Please copy and paste the exact command you are issuing and the resulting messages.

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