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Posted by:nicknomo
Date:18:51:40 19/12/2006

Sorry, I'm just a noob. I'm used to running things at the windows command line (linux is new to me).

I was typing just
and wondering why it didn't work. :-)

./wispy_gtk worked perfectly.

I guess the ./ is another way to run stuff?
I've learned about the "sh" command, but the dot slash thing is news to me.

Sorry for my ignorance!

> Define "nothing happens". There should be no case where it exits with no output at all.
> Most likely the proper use in your case is "./wispy_gtk" to tell it to run "wispy_gtk" from "./", the current directory.
> -m

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