When trying to install something with a .mojo.run extension (for example, I was installing Dungeon Defenders from the Humble Bundle), if you get this error:
mojo.run: No such file or directory
The solution (thanks Kazade!) is to install the ia32-libs package. Then the installer should work.
(Posted this because it took me way too long searching to stumble across Kazade's post).Update 20/10/2013:
I noticed that ia32-libs is no longer an installation target in 13.10. There doesn't seem to be an easy way to fix this, since some suggested mechanisms don't work when you've got a mojo.run file.
The only way I found to do it is detailed here: http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/ia32-libs-in-ubuntu-13-10
The version of synaptic I was using was slightly different to that described above. In Step 4, it was "click New" rather than "other software -> add", and in step 5 the values to insert are in four separate lines:
- Dropdown box: Binary (deb)
- URI: http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/
- Distribution: raring
- Section(s): main restricted universe multiverse