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    Install BankID?

    I need to install BankID in order to send in some blankets to a website.

    I finding the download page in here: https://install.bankid.com
    But for me it says: "Your platform Linux 64-bit is not supported. You find information about supported platforms here."

    But then I go here: https://install.bankid.com/Download/All
    And it says there is a download for Ubuntu/Linux, I downloaded the files, but it is massive of files. Looks like this: http://screencloud.net/v/kYwK

    Does it work to install this? how should I place the files?

    This software is simply some software that needs to be open on my computer, and then I go visit a website that have this Bank ID available, and a popup will appear in the browser and I will be able to login.

    Or do I have to go another way around? Do I need use some virtualbox or wine?

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    Re: Install BankID?

    You could extract the downloaded archive anywhere you want, from the command line typically

    tar -zxvf BISP-.4.1.19.1.11663.tar.gz
    still from the command line, go to BISP-.4.1.19.1.11663 folder the archive will have just created, and from there run the .sh file
    (from your screenshot, I think it is called install.4.1.19.1.11663.sh) by typing

    ./install.4.1.19.1.11663.sh
    (Don't forget to put ./ in front of the filename)

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    Re: Install BankID?

    Well, for first command I tested do it, I wrote tar -zxvf and then i copied the name of the archive and pasted. But it said that the file/archive doesn't exist.
    Tried do same with the ./
    I manually extracted the archive and then tried run the code, but that didn't work either, it just say that it doesn't exist (and yeah, the name is correct, I copied from 'rename' on the file).

    Then I also been trying open the file manually, and chosed to open with terminal, but it just opened and closed instantly.

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    Re: Install BankID?

    You need to run that first tar command in the folder where the archive is sitting, so if you downloaded to your Desktop folder run command cd Desktop first then the tar -zxvf filename.
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    Re: Install BankID?

    Looking at your screenshot, the archive you've downloaded is called BISP-.4.1.19.1.11663(1).tar.gz -->double download maybe?

    So first you need to go the folder where you've downloaded that archive, and run this in the command line:

    tar -zxvf BISP-.4.1.19.1.11663(1).tar.gz
    And tried to run the install.4.1.19.1.11663.sh as described above.

    Hope it helps!

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    Re: Install BankID?

    Well, it didn't work.
    And I actually have one without the "(1)". I had downloaded the same file two times, and kept both.
    Here is another screenshot of it:
    http://screencloud.net/v/7BE9

    Gotta sleep now.

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    Re: Install BankID?

    Ok, I've downloaded the archive from that site and try to replicate your problem, and here's how I did it in my computer.

    Make sure your doing it from the command line because extracting the archive using GUI may result a minor error (the install.4.1.19.1.11663.sh located at ~/Downloads/BISP-4.19.1.11663/BISP-4.19.1.11663/install.4.1.19.1.11663.sh instead of ~/Downloads/BISP-4.19.1.11663/install.4.1.19.1.11663.sh).

    Simply cut and paste these lines instead of typing it (I've double checked it, last night I didn't sleep at all and make a few mistakes ....)

    From your home directory, on the command line:

    cd Downloads
    tar -zxvf BISP-4.19.1.11663.tar.gz
    cd BISP-4.19.1.11663
    sudo ./install.4.19.1.11663.sh i
    When it's finished it'll say:

    Installing BankID Security Application
    Installation complete.


    Here's my screenshot



    http://postimg.org/image/kjxwely35/

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    Re: Install BankID?

    Ah thank you!

    I found the BankID security in the applications, under the dash.
    However, it seems like it wont open?

    I tried click it, multiple times to make sure it is open.
    I been entering my bank and other pages where I need this one, but at my bank when I were going to create an ID for the app, it says that I doesn't have the BankID security application installed (or atleast not runned).

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    Re: Install BankID?

    Quote Originally Posted by Niemil View Post
    Ah thank you!

    I found the BankID security in the applications, under the dash.
    However, it seems like it wont open?

    I tried click it, multiple times to make sure it is open.
    I been entering my bank and other pages where I need this one, but at my bank when I were going to create an ID for the app, it says that I doesn't have the BankID security application installed (or atleast not runned).
    Will you give us the output of:

    Code:
    $ personal
    Type in that command from your home directory.

    Running an application from the commandline will provide the benefit of clear error messages.

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    Re: Install BankID?

    Quote Originally Posted by apollothethird View Post
    Will you give us the output of:

    Code:
    $ personal
    Type in that command from your home directory.

    Running an application from the commandline will provide the benefit of clear error messages.

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    Hm, how do you mean? I type it in terminal at home directory?
    Here is screenshot of what I tried (some failure in beginning, but at end still same error anyway)

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