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From: Steve Herber <herber@...>
Subject: Re: kdesu
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2005 10:06:17 -0800 (PST)
Whenever something is missing, such as kdesu, I try the locate command.
The database is normally updated each early morning, so if you have just 
installed some software, it won't be in the locate database.  Just run 
updatedb as root.

In this case I would run:

 	locate kdesu

and I get hundreds of files, including:


So I can see that there is a portage package and I see that it is
installed in my Fedora Core 4 partition.

Locate is very handy.


Steve Herber	herber@...		work: 206-221-7262
Security Engineer, UW Medicine, IT Services	home: 425-454-2399

On Mon, 19 Dec 2005, Gavin Seddon wrote:

> hi all
> things are coming together today, k3b sees my cd/dvd and my paper is
> out.  chuffed.
> however, when I run k3bsetup I get 'kdesu' isn't found.  What do I need?
> -- 
> Dr Gavin Seddon
> School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
> University of Manchester
> Oxford Road, Manchester
> M13 9PL, U.K.
> -- 
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