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Old 4th September 2007, 10:00 AM
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Google Earth

I can not dowload Google Earth for linux

this is the adress
http://dl.google.nl/earth/client/cur...EarthLinux.bin
and this is what i see

Server niet gevonden













Firefox kan de server op dl.google.nl niet vinden.








* Controleer het adres op typefouten zoals
ww.voorbeeld.com in plaats van
www.voorbeeld.com

* Controleer uw netwerkverbinding indien u geen enkele pagina kunt
laden.

* Verzeker u ervan dat Firefox toegang heeft tot het web als uw
computer of netwerk beveiligd is door een firewall of proxyserver.

Who can help me
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Old 4th September 2007, 10:05 AM
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Try http://www.earth.google.com
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Old 4th September 2007, 12:51 PM
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$ cd /tmp
$ wget http://dl.google.com/earth/GE4/GoogleEarthLinux.bin
$ chmod +x GoogleEarthLinux.bin
$ ./GoogleEarthLinux.bin
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Old 21st August 2015, 07:56 PM
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Re: Google Earth

GoogleEarthLinux.bi 100%[=====================>] 32.13M 574KB/s in 58s

2015-08-21 11:54:14 (565 KB/s) - ‘GoogleEarthLinux.bin’ saved [33688483/33688483]

Verifying archive integrity... All good.
Uncompressing Google Earth for GNU/Linux 6.0.3.2197........................................ .................................................. ...
This version of Google Earth requires LSB 4.0 support which you
do not seem to have.
./setup.sh: line 285: [: missing `]'
su: user yum install redhat-lsb does not exist
setup.data/bin/Linux/amd64/setup.gtk2: error while loading shared libraries: libxml2.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
setup.data/bin/Linux/amd64/setup.gtk: error while loading shared libraries: libSM.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
The setup program seems to have failed on amd64

Fatal error, installer failed to run at all!
[root@localhost ron]# --2015-08-21 11:05:27-- http://dl.google.com/earth/client/cu...EarthLinux.bin
bash: --2015-08-21: command not found...
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Old 21st August 2015, 08:49 PM
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Re: Google Earth

It's been 8 years since this thread was last used! Let the dead rest!!! (Start a new one and search the Forum for solutions too)

Meanwhile, THREAD CLOSED.
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