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When installing InTime, a “bad interpreter: No such file or directory” error message appears

48 views May 25, 2016 May 27, 2016 plunify 0

Cause:

This is caused by an incomplete or corrupted download of the installer. Possible causes are firewall/proxy policies that prevent malicious software downloads. Always verify the file using the md5sum command (or similar MD5 checksum utilities) to check file integrity.

Resolution:

Re-download the file and check its MD5 checksum.

Assuming that the download URL is (https://www.plunify.com/InTime/v1.3.2/altera/intime_v1.3.2_64bit_linux.sh), use a terminal console (instead of a Web browser) to download.

$ wget --no-check-certificate https://www.plunify.com/InTime/v1.3.2/altera/intime_v1.3.2_64bit_linux.sh
$ md5sum intime_v1.3.2_64bit_linux.sh
b14172d7c7b43e01902cfafbf9b237e6  intime_v1.3.2_64bit_linux.sh

If the md5sum result is still different after retrying, please contact Plunify for alternative download methods such as SFTP.

Applies to:

  • Linux Operating System

Knowledge Base ID: 3000 - Last Review: May 21, 2014 - Revision: 1.0