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The executable is actually in /opt/ros/groovy/lib/rviz/, not in share. You didn't copy this. This is why it is not working at all.

Also you shouldn't just copy all this stuff over from a backup, because then you cannot install or update rviz. Why don't you just install it again via apt-get?

That there are no errors when you do a rosmake is just becaus there are no makefiles in the rviz package. This is compeltely unnecessary here.

If you want to use a specific version of rviz, better build this specific version from source and have it in your workspace...