rubymine-2.0.tar.gz does not include rubymine.sh

hi,

today, i want to try RubyMine editor.. and i downloaded it's linux version (rubymine-2.0.tar.gz build 91.15) to my machine..
and then i tried to start it from rubymine.sh in bin folder.. but there is no such a file in bin folder.. i supposed that i deleted it
by mistake.. again i downloaded.. now i am sure, there is no such file in bin folder..

is there any way to find that file? or something else to fix it?
thanks

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Hi,

today, i want to try RubyMine editor.. and i downloaded it's linux version (rubymine-2.0.tar.gz build 91.15) to my machine..
and then i tried to start it from rubymine.sh in bin folder.. but there is no such a file in bin folder.. i supposed that i deleted it
by mistake.. again i downloaded.. now i am sure, there is no such file in bin folder..

is there any way to find that file? or something else to fix it?

I've just tried tar xfv rubymine-2.0.tar.gz and everything works fine for me. I'm on Ubuntu 9.10 x64.
It seems that it is your environment problem. Have you unpackaged using the same command line or using GUI utility?

Regards,
Oleg

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Hi,

This may happen if you unpack the downloaded archive with file-roller or krusader. Try the standard tar and it should work fine.
The .sh file IS there

Hope it helps,
-Eugene

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yes that's true.. i didn't  use tar command.. i just use silly gui tool ark archive manager..
i didn't understand why it is not extract .sh files.. anyway.. thanks for your answer..

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I've recently faced up with problem that mc internal archive tool fails working with tar.gz archiving. File-roller should work just fine because it uses tar command inside.

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yes file-roller working with tar.gz files properly, you're right..

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