Up! I'm not in a hurry but this topic is still interesting to me.
I'm not in a position to say whether it is possible to run kpdf this
way or not. Maybe, at least, someone here could ask this question.
Thanks a lot.
On 19/03/2012 12:06, Nicolas Bercher wrote:
I'd like to run trinity parts, at least kpdf, on a machine where I
have no admin privileges (it is a Debian Squeeze and runs gnome2). So
1. downloaded the following packages:
2. extracted them using =dpkg-deb -x=: this creates ./usr,
3. tryed to run kpdf:
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$(find opt/trinity/lib usr/lib -type d | xargs echo |
sed "s; ;:;g") opt/trinity/bin/kpdf
In the end, kpdf is running but:
1. I throws many errors a start time:
1. complains about dcop server being absent: can I skip this? I
found nothing relevant in the kpdf man page
2. could not find mime type "application octet-stream", seems to
be related to
3. then says "no mime types installed"
2. file and edit menus have "No text!" names. I guess I can figure
out why because kpdf is missing its files (i.e., there's no
/opt/trinity/share/apps/kpdfpart/part.rc et al. in the kpdf
scope), but I don't know how to fix it. Note that I copied
I'd be glad if someone has the willing to help me polishing this! I
really miss kpdf at work!
PS: Would it be possible to install and run parts of trinity from a
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