domecq wrote:That's what I figured out (a tar) after checking the website.
You bumped on a dependency issue. acrossl "complained" that "libstdc++2.8" is not present in your system. You mentioned that it's an old version, and that's true. You can grab that from potato (an old version of Debian).
I hope that helps.
bash: acrossl: No such file or directory
Harold wrote:Three possibilities:
1. acrossl isn't actually in /usr/bin/ -- do ls -l /usr/bin/acrossl
2. acrossl is there but is not executable -- The left end of the previous command should display three "x" and the word acrossl should be green.
3. /usr/bin/ is not in your path (highly unlikely) -- do echo $PATH
Edit 1: libstdc++2.8 can be downloaded from this directory. It installs without problem in the current version of Debian, and acrossl launches after it is installed.
Edit 2: acrossl can be run from any directory by preceeding it with "./" as in ./acrossl
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