Re: afterstep: command not found

J.D. Jordan (jdj5e@virginia.edu)
Tue, 18 Aug 1998 09:28:34 -0400 (EDT)


Do this as root:
find / -name afterstep
that will tell you where everthing on your system named afterstep is
located, you might want to put it into a file incase that is really long,
so, 
find / -name afterstep > WhereAfterStepIs.txt

if afterstep isn't located anywhere in you $PATH then you will get command
not found when you try to install it.  If it is only located in
<AfterStep_src-Dir>/src/afterstep then you need to cd into
<AfterStep_src-Dir> and run make install again, as root, unless you set AS
up to install somewhere besides the default.

JD

On Tue, 18 Aug 1998, da wascally wabbit wrote:

> OK, here are my answers...
> Terry Lee wrote:
> 
> > I need more info.
> >
> > Which version of AS are you using? [AfterStep 1.4.5.0
> > Which distribution of Linux? [Slackware 3.2. Kernel 2.0.29
> > And what X-server? [X11R6?
> >
> > Meanwhile
> > Try looking in
> > /usr/X11/bin
> > /usr/X11R6/bin
> >
> > for the binaries
> >
> 
> Thanks again...
> 
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