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    Question opensuse 10.3 and google earth

    Hi suse'er,

    I'm a newbie @ linux,previously I was using ubuntu...

    I want to install google earth but i can't find it on yast2 no search found,how do I download/install it?

    thanks

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    Default Re: opensuse 10.3 and google earth

    You should get it from Google. It is not provided in an official Opensuse repository.

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    Default Re: opensuse 10.3 and google earth

    Quote Originally Posted by KunzeS View Post
    You should get it from Google. It is not provided in an official Opensuse repository.
    oh ok...so now i download .bin file...

    how do i install this .bin file...nothing happens...is the .bin file same as .exe on windows?

    i install filezilla via yast2 also but it never appear on the K menu startup...does this will happen too with google earth?

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    Default Re: opensuse 10.3 and google earth

    Google Earth - openSUSE

    did you follow this instruction?

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    Default Re: opensuse 10.3 and google earth

    to install it, open a terminal/console cd to where you stored it & type

    sh GoogleEarthLinux.bin ( or whatever the file is called ) & press enter. It will then install for you & provide a menu icon

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    Default Re: opensuse 10.3 and google earth

    Quote Originally Posted by deltaflyer44 View Post
    to install it, open a terminal/console cd to where you stored it & type

    sh GoogleEarthLinux.bin ( or whatever the file is called ) & press enter. It will then install for you & provide a menu icon

    Andy
    great thxs!

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