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I'm sure this isn't the place to query about this, but there's an
ongoing thread that brings up a point for me.
-->Re: How to install debian package on Redhat Linux <--
I run BB on both of my laptops (DX-50, P-200) and thoroughly enjoy it!
Fast, light, straight-forward. But I've run into a problem, that even my Guru
has just scratched his head over....
I run licq for various reasons, and prefer the newer versions to what's
.deb packaged. Therefore, I'm pulling down the tarballs and building my own.
This works well, EXCEPT I don't have a menu listing for licq, or xchat, or
I figured, No Worries, and created a file in /usr/lib/menu called licq
gave it the correct perms, duped the scripting out of a number of other
different menus, and re-ran update-menu. No Joy. (sigh). So! I cp'ed that file
into ~griz/.menu and re-ran update-menu. No joy.
So, what doc am I missing? What blatant mistake am I overlooking? I
know it's "do-able" cuz other "DO it". :--)
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