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Re: IceCat how to run from Konqueror

From: Eus
Subject: Re: IceCat how to run from Konqueror
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2008 06:16:19 -0800 (PST)

Hi Ho!

Sorry for the long delay.
I forgot to reply your e-mail immediately since my KDE system was not at my 
I wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year! :-)

--- On Tue, 12/16/08, Dmitri Gabinski <address@hidden> wrote:

> Saluton!
> There is no such item or tab. I have three tabs: General,
> Permissions, Preview (not sure if their names are exactly as
> stated, I translate from Russian).

Ah, yes, the three tabs are: `General', `Permissions', and `Application'.

> I do as follows: right-click on the .sh script or on a
> shortcut and choose 'Open with' -> 'Another
> application' -> Enter 'bash' into the
> selection field, tick 'Run in terminal'/'Do not
> close after execution'. Both with the script and with
> the shortcut, I see in the terminal a message:
> 'run-icecat.sh: Cannot execute .'

No, it should not go through that way (i.e., `Open with').

Just create a shortcut on the desktop.

Go to Application and fill two of the available fields: `Command' and `Work 
Just set `Command' to run-icecat.sh and `Work path' to the directory that 
contains run-icecat.sh.

After that, click `Advanced Options' button.
Turn everything off. IOW, do not activate `Run in terminal', `Run as a 
different user', `Enable launch feedback', and `Place in system tray'. Besides, 
set `DCOP registration' to `None'.

If it doesn't work, please tell me.

> I'm puzzled.
> Best regards,
> Dmitri Gabinski

Best regards,
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