Re: How to correctly pass filename to dchroot
On 1/3/06, Koen Vermeer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I recently installed Debian on a new 64 bit laptop. As I also like to
> run OpenOffice, I installed a 32 bit chroot. With a simple 'dchroot -d
> oowriter', I can now start Writer.
> I'd like to be able to simply click a file on my Gnome desktop. It's
> easy to tell Gnome to run 'dchroot -d oowriter', but I cannot tell it
> how to pass the filename. The problem is that, if I have a file with
> name 'test test.doc', I can open it by running 'dchroot -d oowriter
> "test\ test.doc'. The following methods don't work:
> dchroot -d oowriter test test.doc
> dchroot -d oowriter test\ test.doc
> dchroot -d oowriter "test test.doc"
> I expect that I'm not the only one with this problem, so how did others
> solve it? Or should I be asking aroung on a Gnome list?
> Thanks for any help!
dchroot -d oowriter -- myfile.doc
Should work for you to.
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