RE: KDEDIR and Debian packages
It is my understanding that on Debian, the KDEDIR variable
does not have to be set. I could be wrong but I think I read that
I just installed KDE1.1 Debs from KDE.org and unless dpkg
modified my .bashrc, the KDEDIR is not set and all works fine.
Tough to check because I read this list from work on a WinNT
On Sun, 14 Feb 1999, Pollywog wrote:
> What does one do about KDEDIR after installing the Debian
> I want to install kxicq (from source) but it complains
about not finding KDE.
> I can even find KDE with the 'locate' command, and it is
working. There is a
> kde binary but no kde/bin.
It should be set to /usr/ I believe, or /usr/X11R6.
Basically, if the
binary (executable) file are in /usr/X11R6/bin, then you'd
want KDEDIR to
be /usr/X11R6, so when it looks for $KDEDIR/bin/kwm or
whatever, it finds
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