I just upgraded from Linux mint 13 to 14 Cinammon. The problem is I have the tar files of sublime text and eclipse that I usually extract and run but after I upgraded to Mint 14 I get the error in the image whenever I click on the executable.
Things you should do:
Most likely is that Mint's file explorer simply doesn't support executing binaries with no file extension. You could probably set up a file extension association for, e.g.
The reason this question is problematic is that you are not attempting to execute the files in other ways than by double clicking them, so we don't know if there are any further problems that may be preventing the successful launch of the application, like:
Your comment to my answer did not address any of these concerns, you just repeated "it doesnt [sic] work". Unless you do as asked and attempt to run it through the terminal/console, there is nothing more I can do to help.
I have fixed it. The problem was that I had the files in another partition. When I moved the files to the Home folder, I could change the permissions and then run the program.