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Re: [opensuse] CD/DVD labeling software OSL10.2
  • From: francesco.teodori@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2007 17:02:35 +0100
  • Message-id: <45B6319B.8060809@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
The usual way is to move into the folder you created after decompressing
the archive, and type

./configure

make

make install

The last instruction as root. Anyway such packages come with a README
and/or INSTALL file with relative instructions.

Francesco


Chris (ePortel PC Systems) wrote:

> Thank you sir.
> No I haven't installed it I'll check it out thanks.
> I'll check it out. Also Francesco just turned me on to Glabels...and
> it looks like this will also work...but I hate to ask this question
> guys...but I'm a Ultra Newbie and have been having a heck of a time
> install the very common compressed file type .tar and tar.bz2...I can
> decompress them...but can't see to consistly install them...I've been
> reading and follow each step to doing this....but it NEVER seems to
> work!!!
> How is everybody installed software that comes in this format??
>
> Thanks again guys for the time you spend answering questions like these!
> Chris
>
>
>
> James Knott wrote:
>
>> Chris (ePortel PC Systems) wrote:
>>
>>> Hello all!
>>> I was looking for some software for printing labels for cd/dvd's and
>>> can't seem to find any!
>>> Does anybody know what software in OSL 10.2 has the templates for
>>> cd/dvd label printing?
>>> I've been using Avery 8692 model for years...but I can't find ANY
>>> software for OSL 10.2 to do this.
>>>
>>> Thanks guys
>>> Chris
>>
>> There are some templates available from the OpenSUSE site. Have you
>> installed them?
>>
>> <http://download.opensuse.org/distribution/10.2/repo/oss/suse/noarch/>
>>
>> There are also some templates on openoffice.org and elsewhere on the
>> web. Further, if you have those templates elsewhere, simply save a
>> file (even .doc if necessary) from it and then use that file to make
>> your own template.
>>
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