How can I remove ted from my hd install?
Forum: HD Install
Topic: How can I remove ted from my hd install?
started by: pcdoctor
Posted by pcdoctor on April 04 2008,17:13How can I remove ted from my hd install?
What about the spreadsheet program that comes with DSL also?
How can I install gnumeric?
I know how to install abiword but I want gnumeric also.
I didn't see it listed using mydsl.
Posted by ^thehatsrule^ on April 04 2008,18:03
Otherwise, you can use `whereas` and `find` etc. to find where they could be located and remove them. You may also want to remove the icons/menu entries.
Posted by pcdoctor on April 05 2008,22:15Ok. I triple checked very carefully.
I went to mydsl extention tool "apps" "uci" and don't see gnumeric listed.
Has anyone installed gnumeric on DSL?
Posted by lucky13 on April 05 2008,23:34Gnumeric is available in the gtk2 section. I've used it and it works fine -- just remember you have to install gtk2 (in the same section). FWIW, UCI extensions really aren't designed for hard drive installs.
Posted by pcdoctor on April 06 2008,07:32Thx so much!
I read somewhere (probably this forum) that uci wasn't for hard drive installs.
I'm still learning so thx for being patient.
Posted by roberts on April 06 2008,17:42It is type unc that are ignored on hard drive installs.
uci is never installed and only mounted.
As uci was not designed with hard drive installation in mind, the will work, however, upon shutdown they are unmounted just like your drives. You could add the mydsl-load comand for uci to your /opt/bootlocal.sh to mount them again at boot up.