john.68taylor at btinternet.com
Tue Jun 26 18:23:08 BST 2007
Mark Jose wrote:
> On Tuesday 26 June 2007 17:21, John Taylor wrote:
>> For the life of me i cant find the correct path, none of your
>> suggestions or my permutations will work. What on earth am I doing wrong?
> When you installed seamonkey, using the installer thing, did you accept the
> default location of /usr/local/seamonkey? If so, then that could well be the
> sort of path you need
> would be the path in that case.
> If you are not sure, you could try to locate the seamonkey binary using
> updatedb -
> sudo updatedb
> If you haven't done that before, you will get a message that the database
> doesn't exist - ignore it and it will create one. It will take a few minutes
> perhaps if you have never done it before.
> Once finished, you will be returned to the normal prompt.
> Then try
> locate seamonkey | less
> which will list all instances of the word seamonkey in your system. The | less
> part will allow you to use the arrow keys to scroll through the list if there
> are lots of instances.
> If you started seamonkey without being in the seamonkey directory and using
> the ./seamonkey command, then it may be that the binary is installed
> somewhere useful like /usr/bin or whatever which is in your PATH ( don't
> worry about that). In that case, you may find simply putting seamonkey into
> the command box in the KDE Menu Editor would be enough. I would start with
> that and see what happens I think.
I think Iv tried the all
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