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Thread: First Car PC, Gentoo Attempt..

  1. #31
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    I will reconfigure the system from scratch and printout the result here.

  2. #32
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    With fresh Archlinux installation:
    # svn checkout -r2024 url to libnghost
    autogen.sh, configure, deps, reconfigures, make, make install
    installed successfully.

    # svn checkout -r2024 url to trunk
    autogen.sh, configure, copy /usr/local/lib to /usr/lib , make, make install
    installed successfully.

    click on nghost icon (appear in Menu > Multimedia > Nghost) don't run !!

    in terminal: -bash: nghost: command not found

    folders and files mentioned in jmorgan6 post exist like this:
    The config file (/usr/local/etc/nghost/nghost.conf) and nscan did not have executable by root permissions !

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    Check /usr/local/bin, that's where all my executables were... and /usr/local/bin wasn't in my path so i also got 'command not found' when running via command line, without specifying the full path.


    If not there, do a find | grep nghost from /

  4. #34
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    Officially running in Archlinux, Thanks jmorgan6, I found the file in /usr/local/bin and runs fine now, I'm going for config. and theme.

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    Cool, you'll notice the nghost.conf actually points to the wrong directory for themes. The default themes are in a different directory then it's pointing to. I'm at work, but it's the same kinda deal as everything else, add a /local/ in and you should find the real directory.

    Glad you got it running, I like it.

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