Author Topic: [SOLVED] MoneyDance  (Read 1735 times)

bodam

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[SOLVED] MoneyDance
« on: February 06, 2013, 03:55:41 AM »
I'm looking at VSIDO as a replacement for my main OS but there are a few apps that I need working in order to move.  One of them is MoneyDance.  I attempted to install their deb file and it appeared to install correctly but when I try to run it I get the errors below.  I've never seen this before with debian stable or mint so any suggestions are welcome.

bodam@bodam-vsido:~$ moneydance
Preparing JRE ...
/usr/local/bin/moneydance: 209: /usr/local/bin/moneydance: bin/unpack200: not found
Error unpacking jar files. The architecture or bitness (32/64)
of the bundled JVM might not match your machine.
You might also need administrative privileges for this operation.
bodam@bodam-vsido:~$ sudo moneydance
[sudo] password for bodam:
Preparing JRE ...
/usr/local/bin/moneydance: 209: /usr/local/bin/moneydance: bin/unpack200: not found
Error unpacking jar files. The architecture or bitness (32/64)
of the bundled JVM might not match your machine.
You might also need administrative privileges for this operation.
bodam@bodam-vsido:~$ sudo moneydance
Preparing JRE ...
/usr/local/bin/moneydance: 209: /usr/local/bin/moneydance: bin/unpack200: not found
Error unpacking jar files. The architecture or bitness (32/64)
of the bundled JVM might not match your machine.
You might also need administrative privileges for this operation.

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Re: MoneyDance
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2013, 04:20:53 AM »
I do not know anything about Moneydance but if it is simply a jre application, it should not be an issue as long as it is installed correctly

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bodam

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Re: Resolved: MoneyDance
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2013, 07:26:42 AM »
Did some digging on the Moneydance site and they had a different package labeled for 64 bit.  I removed the other package and installed....now everything works.  Funny thing is that I did not get an error when trying to install the other package....