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RE: [SLE] kaza for linux?
  • From: "Thiago Lucas" <infratl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 2 Oct 2002 00:54:19 -0400
  • Message-id: <FLENIJKAPFGEPHPMMEODAEEPCFAA.infratl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

I've installed gtk-gnutella, but I can only run it if I log into KDE as
root. If I log in as a regular user and go to "xterm" and type in "gtk" and
push "TAB" it shows only the file "gtkasp2php". The file "gtk-gnutella" is
in the directory "/opt/gnome/bin/". If I log into the console as root or as
a user the file "gtk-gnutella" appears when I type in "gtk" and push "TAB".

My question is: Can I run gtk-gnutella as a regular user? If so, why isn't
it working? Is there a variable I need to change for my regular user account
in KDE to recognize the "/opt/gnome/bin/" directory, like a PATH variable?

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