Joined: Aug. 2007
||Posted: Feb. 04 2009,13:50
|Quote (Tobiaus @ Feb. 04 2009,06:24)|
|/opt/opera852/bin/opera should be the way. you should be able to add it to your apps by duplicating a line in /home/dsl/.jwmrc (unless you're using fluxbox.) and modifying it to launch opera.|
Thanks for the reply.
Well, I added a line for Opera to /home/dsl/.jwmrc as follows
|Code Sample |
|<Menu icon="folder.xpm" label="Net">|
<Menu icon="folder.xpm" label="Browsers">
<Program icon="/opt/opera852/share/opera/images/opera.xpm" label="Opera"> /opt/opera852/bin/opera </Program>
<Program icon="firefox.xpm" label="Firefox"> /usr/local/bin/firefox </Program>
<Program icon="dillo.xpm" label="Dillo patched"> dillo file:/usr/share/doc/dsl/getting_started.html </Program>
However, still no mention of Opera in Apps>>Net>>Browsers or a desktop icon despite several reboots. What's up with this?
On the brighter side, using /opt/opera852/bin/opera in RunProgram launches Opera without going throught the First Run thing and Bookmarks are remembered. I really have no idea why this changed but you don't have to understand it to enjoy it.
Now, if only I could get a desktop icon to launch Opera (or for it to show up in Apps>Net>>Browsers)
Edit: Uh-oh. Seems I was using Fluxbox rather than JWM. Evreything working fine now.