Re: Can't get WordPerfect installed
oops, the run command is just "~/xwp" (_not_ ~/.xwp...no "." before the "xwp).
(i usually run it from a drop-down menu, resulting in xterm rustiness.)
sorry for the confusion,
cls--colo spgs wrote:
> let me get this straight, you've installed, but it won't run? or it won't install?
> (the 2d paragraph sounds like it won't install, but the 4th sounds like it's
> installed, but won't load/run.)
> if it's installed, the run command is ~/.xwp (with ~/ being the path to ".xwp").
> if it won't install, let me know.
> bentley taylor.
> Cam Ellison wrote:
> > I have the downloaded version of WP 8. After untar-ing the files (tar
> > -zxf **), I get what I assume to be the usual set of directories and
> > files.
> > However, when I start Runme, it first asks whether I have unzipped and
> > untar-ed. A response of "Y" gets an error message ("No files to
> > install", or something similar). When I respond "N", it tells me to
> > read the Readme file.
> > I get this whether I run it as user or as su. I am trying to run this
> > from an xterm.
> > I assume that there is some environment thing I have wrong. When I
> > installed the language module, it ran fine, but complained that it
> > could not find libXaw.4.so (I think that was it), so it ran the text
> > version, and installed everything. Do I assume correctly that I should
> > add that to my PATH? It certainly exists on the system (in
> > subdirectories of /X11R6 and /etc).
> > I need help -- this is driving me crazy.
> > TIA
> > Cam
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