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Month: September 2012

Re: Upgrade report, Debian Squeeze amd64 3.5.12 to

From: Nick Leverton <nick@...>
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2012 12:49:59 +0000 (UTC)
In article <201208090330.02456.slavek.banko@...>,
Slávek Banko  <trinity-users@...> wrote:
>On Sunday 05 of August 2012 20:04:44 Nick Leverton wrote:
>> [startkde] Starting startkde.
>> [startkde] This script is /opt/trinity/bin/startkde
>> [startkde] TDE version is
>> [startkde] TDE base directory is /opt/trinity
>> [startkde] KDEHOME is not set.
>> [startkde] Set KDEHOME to /home/leveret/.trinity.
>> [startkde] Setting KDEROOTHOME to /root/.trinity.
>> [startkde] KDEDIR: /opt/trinity
>> [startkde] KDEDIRS: /usr/local
>> [startkde] kdedirs_first: /usr/local
>Intrigued me, how do you have set KDEDIRS - that does not contain 
>folder /opt/trinity. How did this happen? Where is set KDEDIRS?

Hi Slavek,

I'm sorry I forgot to go back and answer your question.  KDEDIRS is a
local setting from /etc/environment.  To make them easy to keep track
of and to separate them from user configs, I like to put things -
e.g. ioslave updates, service menus, desktop files - that I am trying
out for KDE into /usr/local/ rather than in .kde (or .trinity, though
I'm not sure I have anything there specifically relevant to Trinity at
the moment).

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