How do I install a bin file?
kassube at gmx.net
Fri May 30 04:36:06 UTC 2008
David Fox wrote:
> I still can't figure why I need to run it sudo, but it works that way.
> Go figure.
Probably because you once started it using sudo - for graphical programs
you should use gksu (Gnome) or kdesu (KDE). Now one of the googleearth
files is owned by root and you may not write to it as a user. If you use
sudo chown -R $USER: $HOME
you will be owner of all files in your home directory. That will probably
fix your problem.
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