Menu Launch Name
Sveinn í Felli
sv1 at fellsnet.is
Mon Feb 27 16:52:53 GMT 2017
I saw a message about 'libfuse' when trying to start DK from the command
line; reinstalled Fuse from my package manager, and then it worked. Must
have been an old/mismathing/damaged version of a fuse library...
Þann mán 27.feb 2017 16:23, skrifaði Derek Keats:
> Normally, when you open an appimage package it asks if you want to do a
> menu integration. If you say yes, it creates a .desktop file located in
> /home/$USER/.local/share/applications/ on Ubuntu. There is no installation.
> I put my appimage files in /home/dkeats/appimages/ and if you want you can
> just run them from there in a terminal by typing
> cd ~/appimages
> Does that answer your question?
> On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 2:00 PM, Sveinn í Felli <sv1 at fellsnet.is> wrote:
>> Þann lau 18.feb 2017 23:54, skrifaði Mick Sulley:
>>> Running Mint 18 Cinnamon.
>>> I have a version of DigiKam installed from repo that I have called
>>> 'digikam5', that is fine. I have also installed 2 versions via
>>> AppImage, both show on my menu as 'digiKam'. I just went into the menu
>>> configuration, selected properties and renamed them as 'digiKamX' and
>>> 'digiKamY' but when I look in the menu they are both still called
>> One question, how did you install the DK-appimage in Cinnamon?
>> I'm having trouble running it in Mint 17.3 Cinnamon.
>> Sveinn í Felli
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