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Month: August 2013

Re: [trinity-users] setiing PATH

From: François Andriot <francois.andriot@...>
Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2013 22:37:18 +0200
Le 18/08/2013 21:48, dep a �crit :
> said Greg Madden:
> | New install, Wheezy:i386
> |
> | three uers on the system, includes root. "/opt/trintity/" only gets
> | added to the PATH of one user. No mention of trinity stuff
> | in  "~.bashrc, ~.profile, /etc/profile, /etc/bash.bashrc".
> |
> |  I know how to change the PATH using the above files, want to know how
> | TDE does it, or fails to, on install.

Hello, the PATH variable is modified by the "startkde" (or "starttde" in 
R14) script.
There is nothing needed in profile or bashrc.

> i would like to extend greg's question with one that points the other way.
> for a couple of versions now, if i try to use the kmenu > System Settings
>> Disk & Filesystems, I get: "The module Disk & Filesystems could not be
> loaded. The diagnostics is: Library files for '' not found
> in paths." The same thing results if I try to load the "User Management"
> module.
> Problem is:
> $ locate
> /opt/calibre/lib/
> /usr/lib/
> /usr/lib/
> /usr/lib/
> /usr/lib/python2.7/config/
> should i be symlinking this to someplace else? i've not encountered a
> situation where /usr/lib is not on the library path.

This is an issue in the build procedure in the "tde-guidance" package.
You can still run the guidance utilities directly outside the Trinity 
Control Center. There are 5 utilities:



If it still does not work, then the build issue is more severe than I 
think :-)

Anyway, the Guidance utilities will be deprecated in R14, some there is 
little hope their bugs are fixed. Unless someone manages to make them 
work in R14 ...