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Thread: LaCie Network Space 2 - installation of the driver does not work

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    LaCie Network Space 2 - installation of the driver does not work

    Hello folks,

    First of all - yes, I have searched the forum and there was a thread about this topic. But it's closed and the hints didn't work.

    My problem:
    I have downloaded the linux driver for the LaCie Network Space 2
    http://www.lacie.com/de/support/driv...r.htm?id=10138
    It's the german page because I am from germany - but I guess the software is the same on all pages.

    Then I have unpacked the archive, opened the directory and there is a readme.txt and an executable file LaCie\ Network\ Assistant\ 1.1.package
    As described in the readme.txt click on the Lacie-file with a right mouse click - Properties - Run File as a program

    In theory it should work, in (my) reality there does not happen anything.

    Additional Information: ubuntu 12.04, 32bit system, smbfs installed

    Thanks for your help
    Michael

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    Re: LaCie Network Space 2 - installation of the driver does not work

    Same here, i tried to search for files/applications but no result..

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    Re: LaCie Network Space 2 - installation of the driver does not work

    Code:
    sudo apt-get install libc6-i386
    and then change permissions of the file from properties tab, or better

    Code:
    chmod a+x <filename>
    Successful install, but my problem is now that it doesn't start because of missing library,

    Code:
    LaCie_Network_Assistant: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.0.9.8
    And yes I'm on 12.04_64bit. I would like know what are the minimum set of 32bit libs that I need to get that wakeup functionality to work.

    EDIT: Remember to install 32bit libs,

    Code:
    sudo apt-get install ia32-libs
    Next problem is to show this gtk2 toolbar utility in unity, sigh...
    Last edited by Sami00Sami; September 10th, 2012 at 06:54 PM.

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