Chris Neary hello at
Tue Jun 27 20:24:03 UTC 2006

Well, I installed it to find out. Derek, he might not have given the
usual bare minimum of diagnostics but at least he tried. I was on the
lookout for GTK errors which led me to think that either Jeremy's GTK
was out of date or too new, or the application was arguing with itself
over deprecated GTK syntax or something like that.

I was close - the answer is that the .deb file installs the Glade file
in /usr/share/gnaughty/glade/ but the application looks
for it in /usr/local/share/gnaughty/glade/

So to make it load:

sudo ln -s /usr/share/gnaughty/ /usr/local/share/gnaughty/

You could also copy the files over to the correct directory, but this
way is much more 'unixey' and 'correct'. :-)

So. have um. Fun with gnaughty, I guess.


On 26/06/06, Derek Broughton <news at> wrote:
> Jeremy J. Swarm wrote:
> > this is all the help i get, then?
> How can you expect help?  You've told us you have a problem with an obscure
> package, but you've provided _no_ diagnostics, and then you don't provide
> any context in follow-up messages.  You have to help us to help you.
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