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Re: .deb issue

Hello again:

my problem was fixed only changing the category. I don't know why my initial configuration didn't works but now all goes well. Thanks a lot for everybody and specially for Daniel.

Best regards

JM Barrios

On 8/4/07, JM Barrios <jmbargar@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello Daniel:

first of all thanks for your answer. I was editing the lkmonitor.desktop.in file and this is the final content:

[Desktop Entry]
Comment=Tool for monitoring and managing linux's kernel
# MultipleArgs=false

So, I think the application would have to have an icon in the GNOME menu in Applications -> System like Beryl Manager for example (see the attached file) but it hasn't. I am looking some files in /usr/share/aplications/*.desktop but I don't know where is the problem.

Thanks for helping me

JM Barrios

On 8/4/07, Daniel Leidert < daniel.leidert.spam@gmx.net > wrote:
Am Samstag, den 04.08.2007, 14:17 +0200 schrieb JM Barrios:
> Hello:
> I am developing a .deb package an all goes well but I have problems
> putting it in the Applications menu of Gnome. I have modified the
> debian/menu.ex file with this content:

The menu file is for the Debian menu. The GNOME and KDE menus are based
on the .desktop file format (see /usr/share/applications/*.desktop and
http://standards.freedesktop.org ).

> ?package(lkmonitor):needs="x11″ section="Apps/System" \
> title="Linux Kernel Monitor" command="/usr/bin/lkmonitor" \
> icon="/usr/share/pixmaps/lkmonitor/spider-shadow16.png"
> then I renamed the file from menu.ex to menu. I have modified
> debian/postinst.ex file adding this lines:

This is normally done by simply calling dh_installmenu(1).

> I have renamed both files from postinst.ex and postrm.ex to postinst
> and postrm. The package is built well and it works but it only appear
> in the gnome menu as the attached file shows and without icon.

There is no attachment.

> Also, it shows the application version is "Lkmonitor Version 0.1" as
> you can see and I want it shows "lkmonitor version 0.3 alpha"

You probably missed to fix the .desktop file. That would explain, why
you have an entry in the GNOME menu and why this entry has it's own
description :)

Regards, Daniel

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