* Doug McGarrett <email@example.com> [09-22-20 23:56]:
On 9/22/20 10:19 PM, Darryl Gregorash wrote:
On 2020-09-22 6:56 p.m., Doug McGarrett wrote:
Wanted to find Thunderbird--with Darryl help, found and installed it, and am using it right now.
It's in the main repository, package name MozillaThunderbird.
The easiest way to find packages you need is to use the search function in YaST
That worked once. I found and installed KFind. Tried to "find" another app, and was stymied by
a program called ruby.ruby. Was told I need to close it. I didn't open it, and I don't know what it does.
What part of Daryyl's instruction, "The easiest way to find packages you need is to use the search function in YaST", did you not understand?
Tried killall on the pid number provided, but nothing happened. (This happened to me on TW also.)
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