Re: Shared libs, moduledir
On Saturday 04 August 2001 10:05, Michael Schuerig wrote:
> On Saturday 04 August 2001 03:17, Ivan E. Moore II wrote:
> > On Fri, Aug 03, 2001 at 11:05:35PM +0200, Michael Schuerig wrote:
> > > ...while KDE does indeed find modules installed in /usr/lib/kde2,
> > > it apparently doesn't find modules in /usr/local/lib/kde2, even
> > > though my KDEDIRS is set to /usr/local:/usr/.
> > The end user would have to deal with it. KDE it not designed to live
> > in a mixed environment by default...and if your going to get in the
> > habit of building apps on a KDE system that derives from packages
> > then you probably should learn to make your own packages and conform
> > to the same format as the packages do.
> Well, okay, that's reasonable. If one just wants to get an idea what
> (and how) some program does it's quicker to just install it locally.
You can modifiy /etc/kderc (or /usr/share/config/system.kdeglobals) and
and other locations where KDE should look for more KDE stuff.
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