T.Six at gmx.de
Sun Dec 31 14:57:32 UTC 2006
Dennis Castanos wrote the following on 31.12.2006 04:15:
> Is there a command that I can used in the terminal to copy the Firestarter folder in my home folder to /etc/firestarter.
> I'm new to Ubuntu so I don't know if this can be done.
> below, the two commands confuse me. How does it know that my desktop fire folder in is my home directory, or maybe I just missing something.
> $ sudo aptitude purge firestarter
> $ sudo aptitude install firestarter
This comand has to be copy and pasted into a terminal (you get one when
hitting ALT+F2, then enter there gnome-terminal)
The above will erease firestarter completly including all it´s config.
After that it will install firestarter again with default settings.
I guess that´s what you want.
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