Libreoffice and Arduino do not show up in gnome-menu
sakhmatd at inventati.org
Sat Mar 11 01:40:09 UTC 2017
On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 07:51:35PM -0500, Brad Salai wrote:
> I've just finished a clean install of FreeBSD 11 on an HP desktop that I got for free (I know that's not relevant but I'm telling everyone.)
> I got Gnome running and installed Libre Office without issues. Then I tried TeXlive as a package and Arduino as a port. Both completed successfully, but neither showed up in Gnome and I can't figure out the path to add to start them manually. Can anyone help?
$ which binary-name
That should get you the path to the installed binary.
For Libreoffice, that would be
$ which libreoffice
I don't use Gnome, but it probably reads your
Try adding .desktop files to it manually. Although it's suspicious
that they aren't there already or that Gnome wouldn't pick them up
if they are.
Also, just a piece of friendly advice:
Try to give more discriptive subject lines when posting to
the mailing list next time. It helps other people to help you. :)
My GPG public key:
gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys AD800D99
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