cpressey at catseye.mb.ca
Tue May 6 21:43:53 PDT 2003
On Tue, 06 May 2003 23:06:36 -0300
Konrad Scorciapino <fallenbr at uol.com.br> wrote:
> How can I define a program's working path? In KDE, we can simply edit
> its link at KDE's menu, but I am using Windowmaker, so there is no
> such thing.
> Thanks in advance!
I don't run Windowmaker, but there doesn't seem to be a way to do it
directly from Blackbox either, so what I've done is to make a shell
script like so:
(cd /usr/local/whatever/; program)
(Assuming that by 'working path' you mean 'working directory'; if what
you really want is to change the PATH environment variable, you could do
that from the shell script as well I suppose.)
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