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  1. I appear to have a similar problem to that of Francesco and Dariush with initially starting VIPM for Linux. I am using CentOS 7 in a VirtualBox VM. I have LabVIEW 2018 SP1 installed and working and want to use VIPM to manage some of the add-ons that I want to use with LabVIEW. The problem is, even though I am signed in as root, when I execute the recommended command to start the installation of VIPM I get the system response "sudo: unable to execute ./vipm: No such file or directory". This seems to be indicating that I am missing some dependencies that would recognize the vipm file as an executable, but I haven't seen any comments here or anywhere else that provide the missing information I need to make this work. Here's a screen snippet showing the directory contents and the terminal window showing the command and response I am receiving: Any ideas how I can get vipm working here? BTW, I am using the latest version of VIPM for Linux that I could find, extracted from the archive vipm-17.0.2018-linux.tar.gz. Regards, Bill I was successful at getting this to work after following the directions that Jim posted in the previous message - I needed the 32 bit libraries for CentOS. See image below:
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