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Re: Missing ~/.local directory


Yes, ~/.local was introduced in Orca 2.91 and newer. As squeeze includes
2.30.2, it's perfectly normal that you have ~/.orca instead of ~/.local.
If you want to do some pinning, you have to create ~/.local by hand in
order to run orca 2.91 for the 1st time.


Jean-Philippe MENGUAL

Le mercredi 15 juin 2011 à 11:09 +1000, Jan and Bertil Smark Nilsson a
écrit :
> Greetings,
> I just installed Debian Squeeze on a machine using the espeakup 
> installer. It worked very well. However, there is no ~/.local directory. 
> The orca configuration files are in the ~/.orca directory. I thought 
> that the ~/.local directory was introduced some time ago.
> Any ideas?
> Bertil

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