[ubuntu-uk] getting epiphany with apt

Neil Greenwood neil.greenwood.lug at gmail.com
Sat Jun 23 20:37:05 BST 2007

On 20/06/07, Alec Wright <alecjw at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-06-20 at 20:18 +0100, michaelweaver wrote:
> > I do not seem to be having much luck with text web browsers for one
> > reason or another because of how speech works.
> > Somone has apparently used Epiphany with Orca and I tried to download it
> > only it did not show up under the Internet menu in Feisty or any of the
> > menus I tried and doing a search on my computer did not find the filder
> > where apt installed it to.
> > Where do certain applications get put by apt when they do not seem to
> > appear in the menu you expect ie Epiphany not appearing in the Internet
> > menu which would be obvious place to look?
> Did you do either sudo aptitude install epiphany or sudo apt-get install
> epiphany? If so, that's not the right package name. It should be either
> sudo aptitude install epiphany-browser or sudo apt-get install
> epiphany-browser (depending on whether you prefer aptitude or apt-get).

Yeah, this caught me out the first time I tried Epiphany too.
The 'epiphany' package is a game.


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