[developers] LOGON Error under Parallels with 64-bit Ubuntu

Eric Nichols eric-n at is.naist.jp
Mon Feb 9 06:14:16 CET 2009

With Stephan's help we were able to track down the cause of this error. By
default 64-bit Ubuntu does not install the 32-bit libraries needed by some
of LOGON's tools. The "No such file or directory" errors are thus referring
to the missing libraries and not the obviously present LOGON binaries.
Running the following command as root installed the necessary libraries:

# apt-get install ia32-libs

Thanks again for the help Stephan!

Eric Nichols

On Sun, Feb 8, 2009 at 2:33 PM, Eric Nichols <eric-n at is.naist.jp> wrote:

> Greetings,
> I am walking a friend through the LOGON installation process on OS X using
> virtualization software called "Parallels" to run linux. He is using a
> 64-bit Ubuntu image and encounters "No such file or directory" errors
> when trying to run some of the LOGON binaries (in particular yzlui and
> swish++) even though the  binaries exist. I was able to get yzlui working by
> replacing the LOGON binary with the one host on lingua.bash.info,
> but I cannot fix swish++. I have attached an error log. The LOGON version is
> 539: the latest at the of writing this.
> Has anyone had success running LOGON under Parallels on OS X? If so what is
> your setup? I use VMWare Fusion with 32-bit Ubuntu and haven't had
> any problems, so I suspect that this might be related to 64-bit
> virtualization. My friend is going to give 32-bit Ubuntu a try before we do
> anything else, but it would be encouraging to hear if there are any success
> stories with Parallels.
> Eric Nichols
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Appling, Darren S <darren.scott.appling at gatech.edu>
> Date: Sun, Feb 8, 2009 at 1:46 PM
> Subject: Parallels LOGON Error
> To: Eric Nichols <ericnichols79 at gmail.com>
> Cc: fcbond at gmail.com
> Swish++ error
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