Don't post image-macros, rage comics, or other drivel here. That way if something borks, I can always swap a drive and distro. I have multi-arch enabled, and i386 added as an available architecture. Install gdebi-core package Google earth for Ubuntu Linux comes in as a package. You can find more info it's about Debian Sid, but might be worth reading too. Tried running from terminal and from file manager.
I have no idea if Medibuntu is compatible with Mint Debian since I have not tried it yet. This time it installed, and installed a desktop icon. This is not solved for me. In regards to the ia32-libs dependency, it's not needed anymore, but the GoogleEarth packagers leave it as a dependency for some reason I ignore. Consider Marble, that is Free Software, and if you find it inadequate, help improve it or give some money to developers. Thanks to Charles Timms for pointing out the message. The following information may help to resolve the situation: The following packages have unmet dependencies: ia32-libs : Depends: ia32-libs-i386 ia32-libs-gtk : Depends: ia32-libs-i386 Depends: ia32-libs-gtk-i386 E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.
I have been trying things all week to get this installed and am totally frustrated. Code: make-googleearth-packageand let it download and build the. This prevents red directional arrows from displaying as a result of uncalibrated joysticks and other controllers being connected to Earth at startup. And we have Google Earth on our machine! How to get it fixed? So from experience , gained after I posted last night, yes you do need it with an unmodified package. Google Earth is a virtual globe, map and geographical information program that was originally called EarthViewer 3D created by Keyhole, Inc. This was 3 years ago. Having a proprietary program in my system would make me feel very insecure and no more completely Free.
In Ubuntu, install it like this sudo apt-get install lsb-core 2. You should see the following page. With Google Earth Explore, search and discover the planet. Using Gdebi to install Google Earth it tells me I need a huge number of dependencies, my install is very lightweight so thats the reason for that, but checking what dependencies it actually wants to pull in shows ia32libs. Regards Bob robert-e wrote:darethehair, Yeah, I have tried that a couple of times. Download the following packages using your browser 2.
Done Some packages could not be installed. Now click on the Google Earth icon. So if I need a 32 app, I need to apt-get install nameof32bitpackage:i386 k3lt, thanks for the quick reply go figure similar time zone , are you guessing or speaking from experience? Processing triggers for man-db 2. From here you can download Google Earth for your computer. However, it crashed when I ran it. It's not compatible do not do it.
You should be presented with a tips popup window. You can search for places using the search box in the top left corner of the Google Earth window. This is a pc without proxy, with dual boot and Earth in Win7 works O. It uses satellite imagery to do its work. I would like to run Google Earth on Debian Wheezy, but unfortunately i can't seem to see a preferred way of doing so. There are cookies for logged in users and for commenters.
I have tried all the methods I could find with my friend Google, and the GoogleEarthLinux. Google Earth should be started. Apologies for the hasty post, it's only a very temporary solution. The 3D images are updated frequently as the satellite orbits the earth. How do i install Google Earth on a 64bit Debian Wheezy with Multi arch enabled? So, I guess I have gotten a bit further than before, since it now will install, but still no joy. Processing triggers for desktop-file-utils 0. The approach for installing was not mine, but works fine on both 32 and 64 bit Ubuntu.
You can also rotate the viewport to view the places in a different angle as you see fit. Processing triggers for gnome-menus 3. Now you should see the following window. It is a free application that allows users to fly from space to your neighborhood, search for schools, restaurants, parks and hotels, get driving directions, and much more. We are going to use gdebi command line tool to install the Google Earth deb file, So first we need to install gdebi-core package. You can also follow this guide on Ubuntu 14. Apparently not in this case.
Install Google Earth on Ubuntu 18. The following did the trick: sudo apt-get install lsb-core Now Google Earth runs fine. These cookies expire two weeks after they are set. In this tutorial i will show you how to install latest Google Earth on Ubuntu 12. Thing is, Google Earth doesn't actually need ia32-libs to run: 0 apt-get install lsb-core 1 Download the 64-bit google earth.
It also has a web based version which do not require any sort of installation. Errors were encountered while processing: google-earth-stable with the i386 deb file. I literally tried all the installation methods I could find over the internet. Highlight the line that contains Google Earth, then click the Remove button. Hello, such a task i'd think would be answerable by a simple google search, but it seems not. Next time you use apt, apt will attempt to satisfy ia32-libs, or remove google earth, i do not suggest using the ignore-depends flag. So googled and tried this suggestion from googleearth help site: As root:.