Ubuntu :: Installed A Program But Can't Find Its Path For Startup Manager?

Nov 15, 2010

I installed a new program called the "Android Notifier Desktop 0.2.1" and within the program it say to use the systems startup manager to start the program with every system boot.I have no idea where to begin looking for the programs file and main start up link.

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General :: Find Out Path Of Program?

May 20, 2011

On Unix I can call certain programs from everywhere, like sort, pwd or my_custom_script.sh. How can I find out, where on the system my_custom_script.sh really resides?

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Ubuntu :: Can't Find Installed Program / Where To Get That?

Dec 22, 2010

Toshiba Satellite laptop, Ubuntu 10.04lts
I installed qcad earlier today, using Software Center. Qcad didn't show up anywhere in the Applications dropdown menu. When I was running 9.04, it showed up in the Graphics sub-menu, but it's nowhere. Rebooted, nothing. It shows up as installed in the Synaptic Package Manager, but I went ahead and removed and installed it again, rebooting between each operation. (sigh) Still nothing. Now, I'm sure it's in here, but I can't find it. So, I have three questions:
1. How do I start it (or any program) using command line?
2. How do I find it using my Gnome gui, and put it in the applications menu
and
3. Generally, is there a guide that will explain what I'm looking at when I open my File System directory?

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OpenSUSE :: Can't Find Installed Program / Fix It?

Aug 6, 2011

I'm having a newb's problem here.
I installed visualboy via openSUSE's software website.
I can't seem to find it anywhere on my computer.

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Programming :: Can't Find Command, But Program Is Installed?

May 14, 2010

WindowsDude is back on the dark side of the web, the linux world, and he has encountered yet another impassable problem !There's a compiler mpicc, probably installed on the network at some location let's say /network/bin So when I write mpicc main.c I get the "can't find command" (or similar) error. Somehow it's supposed to work anyway. I think I need one of those magic commands to make it work. But the question is; which word will make it all happen? (I thought the DOS days were over!) I guess I could use the full path (provided that that binary really is in that folder), I want to bind that executable at that location to the much shorter mpicc.

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Software :: Best Way To Find Programs Not Installed By A Package Manager?

Feb 18, 2010

I am trying to think of the best way to find packages that have been installed by NOT using a package manager.

To find installed packages one would search rpm or pkg DB, but what if the software was installed by a tarball or bin or even compiled.

Anyone got any suggestions on how to script for these, I was hoping to write a script to find all the third party stuff, I know there will be a lot of stuff that gets picked up so what is the best way to get minimize false positives?

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Ubuntu :: PATH Variable Set At Startup?

Jul 29, 2011

I need to set PATH environment variables so they will be set every tie I startup ubuntu. Is there a startup script that will do this, and where is it located?

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Ubuntu :: Adding Ifort To Path At Startup?

Feb 17, 2010

I just downloaded intel's fortran compiler, ifort. However, I seem to have to add it to path for every single terminal I open using:

Code:
source <install-dir>/bin/ifortvars.sh <arg>

I immediately think that there should be a way of doing this automatically at startup. However, this isnt just pointing to where ifort is, but running a shell script, which evidently only affects a single terminal session.

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General :: Command Path Is In PATH But Bash Does Not Find The Command

Jul 12, 2011

kernel 2.6.21.5, slackware 12.0
GNU bash 3.1.17

Code:

As you can see, /usr/local/bin is in the path. However, bash does not look for nasm in /usr/local/bin.

If I am root, things go well:

Code:

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Ubuntu :: Installed "Gphoto" Through "Synaptic Package Manager - Can't Find Under "Applications" Drop Down Menu

Jan 10, 2010

I installed "Gphoto" through "Synaptic Package Manager" twice and I can't find it anywhere under "Applications" drop down menu..

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Security :: What Files Does PATH Variable Get Set During Startup

Jan 25, 2010

Looking to add lines to these files that echos date/time pwd and who am I to a log file so I can see if they ever get altered.

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Ubuntu :: Program Path For Document Viewer?

Mar 19, 2010

I've been searching the site to find out what the program path is for Ubuntu programs, but can't find what I'm looking for. My search terms were :

- "program path" Ubuntu
- change "program path"
- "open with" "program path"

I came across a few articles but nothing really seemed to help me. Here's the problem; anytime I try to open a PDF file from my browser, I get either the "Open With..." option or the "Save to..." option.

If I select "Open With..." the default has been changed to Virus Scanner (ClamTK) which I recently installed. Admittedly, I was fooling around with virus scanners to see how they work in Ubuntu. But now my Document Viewer won't open up the PDF files. If I select "Save to..." and save the PDF file(s) to my desktop, and double-click the PDF file from my desktop, then Document Viewer will open up the file. What is the program path for me to change the default program back to Document Viewer???

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Ubuntu :: Make A Link To A Program That Needs A Certain Path?

Aug 10, 2010

in order to play "Gish" - I need to cd .gish./gish- otherwise it won't find it's files - it need the working path, how can I put that in a sigle line in my games menu ?

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Ubuntu :: The Program Optiping Is Missing Or Is Not In Path?

Jul 30, 2011

does anyone else have this error?im on an Alienware m9750in order for me to install ubuntu, i had to change the boot options with thenouvea.modeset=0and i was able to boot to ubuntu 11.04 and then install it from there, and i installed my correct drivers for the video

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Ubuntu :: Inbuilt Logging System - Ran And Installation - Program Opened Automatically - Can't Find Program Executable

Feb 23, 2011

I was wondering whether there is an inbuilt logging system in UNIX?

I ran and installation and the program opened up automatically but I can't find the program executable.

If I could find a log then I could locate this file.

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Ubuntu :: No Session Manager Under "System/Preferences", No Startup Programs Manager

Jun 6, 2010

Hello - installed 10.04 yesterday, Had previously dabbled, trying to switch over to Ubuntu full time now. Wanted to access the session manager, but when I scroll to System/Preferences, there is no entry for it, or for the startup programs manager. Also, I'm getting the following error when attempting to open the "windows" entry: Failed to execute child process "gnome-window-properties" (No such file or directory)

Did I somehow botch something in gnome which is now leading to the absence of the session manager as well as the inability to launch the "windows" manager?

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Ubuntu Installation :: JDK - Set The Path - Unable To Run A Single Program

Jun 3, 2010

I have downloaded the jdk-6u20-linux-i586.bin from their website. I also read the instruction given to install jdk manually but i was not able to run a single program. Can someone give a step by step instruction to install jdk and also tell me how to set the path so i can easily execute the programs.

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OpenSUSE :: Putting A Program In Path?

Jun 12, 2011

I am not sure does the title make sense with regards to my query.I am using OS 11.4 gnome.I installed a program (PLINK v1.07) by compiling its source.i compiled the source code in the following folder using "make"

Code:
/home/reddy/Downloads/plink/
Which created an executable file plink.

[code]...

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Ubuntu :: Terminal Program That AutoComplete Path And File Names

Mar 23, 2010

Atleast I think it's a terminal program. I remember several years ago while using Redhat 7 when working in the terminal it would automatically complete the pathnames and filenames for you. If I was typing in the terminal "cd downloads" but I only typed "cd do" it would automatically complete my command with "cd documents" but if I continued to type "cd dow" it would know that I don't mean the documents folder and it would know the only other folder path with a dow in it is downloads. I'm not sure if my description is 100% accurate but I think you get the idea. Ubuntu doesn't seem to have this by default and I'm curious if I can get it. Is it a terminal program/client I need to use, or just an option? I don't know what it's called so I've had a hard time googling for it!

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: OpenShot Has Not Been Installed In Python Path

Feb 1, 2010

When I run openshot it spits out this:
Code:
Added /usr/share/openshot to system path
OpenShot (version 1.0.0)
*** ERROR: MLT Python bindings failed to import ***
*** ERROR: MLT Python bindings failed to import ***
Error: OpenShot has not been installed in the Python path.
(Both the site-packages and /usr/share/openshot folders were checked)

Use the following command to install OpenShot:
$ sudo python setup.py install
Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/threading.py", line 525, in __bootstrap_inner self.run()
File "/usr/share/openshot/classes/thumbnail.py", line 174, in run mlt.Factory().init()
NameError: global name 'mlt' is not defined

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Ubuntu Installation :: Update Manager Shows No Path From 9.10 To 10.04LTS

Nov 13, 2010

I'm upgrading my machines UDTE-64 from 9.10 to 10.4LTS. 9.10 is working fine. I just want to upgrade to a current LTS release.Update manager showed the way on one desktop and I upgraded successfully.On another desktop and a laptop, update manager does not show that a new release is available. It's fair game to tell me to use the live cd so long as I preserve user data.

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Ubuntu :: Find The Path To Dependencies?

Sep 24, 2010

I am trying to install Staden on a Ubuntu 10.04 machine (64bit). It requires a number of dependencies to be installed prior to configuring the source. I was fortunate to find all of them using the synaptic package manager. now for the configure command I need to specify where these dependencies are as options.

how do I find the programs that I need to reference as options to the configure command such as: tcl, tk, zlib, xz utils, libpng, curl, tklib, itcl, itk, etc. Is there a standard directory that synaptic uses or what?

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Debian :: Program Path For Openvpn And Allow Sudo For Guest

Nov 8, 2015

I'm looking to allow sudo for openvpn for a user.

I cannot find the openvpn program path though, i try a 'which openvpn' command and it returns nothing! :S

What is the path? or how to allow a normal user account to run openvpn with sudo?

Solution found:

Working directories for openvpn on debian 8 are:

/etc/openvpn
/usr/sbin/openvpn

To add sudo capability to a guest account, run this with your admin account:

Code: Select allsudo visudo

then add the line, with your guest username substituted:

Code: Select allusername    ALL=/etc/openvpn, /usr/sbin/openvpn

tada! guest account now runs only openvpn.

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Programming :: Get Path Of One Library To Link It Dynamically In Program?

Apr 28, 2010

I'd like to get path of one library to link it dynamically in my program. Probobly the best way would be to add macro to my configure.ac file.

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Ubuntu :: How To Find Put The Mount Path Of A Folder

Aug 22, 2010

I mean I have a folder on my root /share and I want to find out how much free space do I have left on the hdd, problem is I have 4 HDD and I don't know if /share is mounted on / or where ..... what is the command line?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Find The /dev Path For Built-in Mic?

Dec 27, 2010

I am using VLC to capture video from my webcam. So to set the video device I use /dev/video0 (built in webcam), but I need to specify the path to the built in mic and I can't find what that path is. If it help any, it seem my system is configured to use pulse audio instead of alsa. Is there any script to run to find where my mic is "pathed" at? arecord -l returns this:

$ arecord -l
**** List of CAPTURE Hardware Devices ****
card 0: Intel [HDA Intel], device 0: ALC883 Analog [ALC883 Analog]
Subdevices: 1/1

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Ubuntu :: File - Can't Find The Path To The Trash

Aug 10, 2011

I'm writing a script that tidies up my system before it shuts down.

One of the things I would like it to do is clear my Trash..

Code:

But I can't find the path to the trash. Anybody know where it is?

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General :: Setting JAVA_HOME - What Is The Default Path They Are Installed

Dec 30, 2009

I installed "jdk1.6.0.bin" and "jre1.6.0.bin" successfully. But I don't know where they are installed. I can't find anywhere. What is the default path they are installed.I want to set JAVA_HOME.

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Feb 23, 2011

I am trying to locate the path for MySQL installed trough LAMP. if someone could point it for me or how to locate this path.

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General :: Installed Qt Libs - Set Environmental Variable PATH

Sep 5, 2010

I have bash. I installed Qt libs and want to set environmental variable PATH, I tried some stuff from qt tutorials..

Here is what i tried:

Code:

and it does nothing so i tried

Code:

then checked path

Code:

Now there are two issues
1) the make gives error that header not found( probably make don't have the path)

2) when i closed the terminal and opened it again the PATH I newly entered was not there !

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