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CANNOT EXECUTE BINARY - autoinstaller

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by willgnosis, Feb 28, 2007.

  1. willgnosis

    willgnosis Guest

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    wow..been searching for hours for someo0ne having this same problem... can't believe ii am the only one!!??

    OK i have followed the instructions exactly:

    I have installed fedora core 5 on a minimac... seems to be working fine.

    so i go to the terminal, log in as root.

    then i do:

    setenforce 0

    # Change your working directory to the directory where the Auto-installer utility resides, for instance:

    # cd /root/plesk

    # Set the execution permission for Auto-installer:

    # chmod +x plesk_auto_installer_file_name

    # Run the Auto-installer:

    # ./plesk_auto_installer_file_name

    i ALWAYS GET "cannot execute binary"

    I AM GOING CRAZY SOMEBODY HELP ME!!!!!

    I have done the chmod every way possible

    + yes i am pretty sure i have the right version on the installer

    anyway ... shouldn't i be able to to just run the installer from the desktop x ?

    if i double click it absolutley nothing happens?
     
  2. breun

    breun Golden Pleskian

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    Did you install on an Intel of PowerPC Mac? I don't think the PowerPC version of Fedora is supported.

    You know there is an autoinstaller for Mac OS X 10.4 Workstation (PowerPC)?
     
  3. willgnosis

    willgnosis Guest

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    yes its a g4 or g5 ppc. not intel.

    i saw that there is a version for "Mac OS X 10.4 Workstation"

    i have never heard of a os x workstation? i tried to find out what it is but couldn't find it anywhere... that's why i went to fedora!!!

    are you telling me that os x workstation is just normal Mac OS X ????

    why dont they say that on the plesk site!

    i thought os x workstation was some kind of weird main-frame thing..?

    you think i can install plesk on normal OS X 10.4?


    ok i found the link for the osx version

    BUT THE LINK IS BROKEN !!!!

    AAAARRRGGG

    http://download1.swsoft.com/Plesk/P...d81070224.19_os_MacOS_10.4w_powerpc.sh.tar.gz

    just downloads a 5k file!!!??

    comon guys....!

    the release notes link is broken too...

    Is this just me??
     
  4. breun

    breun Golden Pleskian

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    Plesk for Fedora is only available for x86 architecture.

    Yes, OS X Workstation is the 'regular' OS X for normal workstations. OS X Server is the version for servers (XServe).

    I'm guessing they added 'Workstation' to make it clear that it won't work on OS X Server.

    Yes, you can.

    It's on the regular download page: http://www.swsoft.com/en/download/plesk8/

    And don't forget to keep breathing.
     
  5. willgnosis

    willgnosis Guest

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    ok found the link...

    wooppee... the link is broken

    & no release notes either,,,??

    is this just me?

    when i try and download it downloads a 5k file..?

    (i am trying to breathe)..
     
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