john.68taylor at btinternet.com
Mon Jun 25 23:29:13 BST 2007
Mark Jose wrote:
> On Monday 25 June 2007 18:26, John Taylor wrote:
>> I get down to the Manual "Install bit" and then it says it cant find cd
> Hi John,
> I can see what is wrong I think!
> When you untar the package, it probably created a folder called something like
> What you need to do is to go into that folder, using the command line with
> cd ./seamonkey-1.1.1 (assuming the folder is in your /home folder - note
> the dot before the slash)
> then press enter. You will now (at least in the command line) be in the
> seamonkey-1.1.1 folder.
> Then you can issue the command
> cd seamonkey-installer
> and so on.
> If untarring the file created seamonkey-installer, rather than
> seamonkey-1.1.1, then simply putting in the ./ bit would do the trick -
> cd ./seamonkey-installer
> (again, this assumes the folder is in your home directory! - if not, then
> issue the full path to the seamonkey-installer instead of simply
> seamonkey-installer and it will work)
I get this far and then......gksudo ./seamonkey-installer ......bad, bad
doesn't like that lots of error message.
Have at least made some progress tonight
Hopefully talk with you tomorrow
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