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Posted by:Barry
Date:06:59:39 02/01/2007

> > 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.
> >
> The shell (like window's cmd.exe) does normally not look in the current directory, if you want to run a program! You must tell him that the executeable is in the current dir. '.' is the current dir, so ./filename executes the program "filename" in the current working dir!
> Hope this helped a bit ;)

You should be able to link the applications to your /usr/local/bin/ directory and then just do a wispy_gtk and have it just work. That way you can just fire up a terminal window and run the app, without having to cd to where ever you compiled it.

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