The UQLX document says
Create a uqlx directory on your system. Copy the uqlx distribution (.zip) file into that directory and extract (unzip) the files.
I assume it means in "Home". When I do this I end up with two uqlx directories, one inside the other. Is this correct?
It then says
Renaming the Right Binary
uQLx comes in a 32-bit (qm_x86-32), 64-bit (qm_x86-64) for Intel and 3 versions for ARM.
Determine if the Linux distribution you are using is 32- or 64-bit by running the "uname -i" command.
If the result is i686, then the Linux is 32-bit.
Copy either a version to qm:
% cp qm_x86-32 qm
Starting uQLx with the Distribution Configuration
The uqlx.sh shell script starts uQLx with the uqlxrc-distro configuration file, which uses the uqlx.qxl
file that comes with this distribution. You can start it up by running the shell script:
I managed the first by copying, pasting and then renaming qm_x86-32
For the second, I assume I need a command prompt? How do I easily start one? If I open what I take to be the equivalent of the Start button (is this Dash?), which has a Search option. And I type "command prompt", After a long wait while the window gets drawn, I then get what looks like a command prompt. But if I enter "% ./uqlx.sh". Nothing of much sense happens, even changing directories with "cd" does not help.
So could someone give me a real idiots guide of what I need to to to get UQLX to run.