R. David Whitlock
ryandav at u.washington.edu
Mon Aug 7 10:46:08 PDT 2000
If you are looking for an unfamiliar directory, and you suspect it's
hiding somewhere on your system but don't know where, like "GNUstep" in
this case, try
if you didn't just add the package somewhere. Alternatively,
"find / -name "*GNUstep*" -print"
should work as well...
"All of a sudden, I found myself in love with the world
So there was only one thing that I could do
Was ding a ding-dang my dang a long ling-long..."
-Ministry, Jesus Built My Hotrod
On Mon, 7 Aug 2000, Brett G. Monroe wrote:
> Look in:
> As for xpms, look in:
> ) |o)____ ) Dept. Microbiology )
> ( |0)re|| |\/| ( HS K443B 616-4285 (
> ) | |onroe ) bmonroe at u.washington.edu )
> ( (
> ) I think we should partition Microsoft into an OS )
> ( company (called "C:") and an apps company ("D:"). (
> ) Then we should blow away both partitions. )
> ( --Doug Steinfeld (
> On Mon, 7 Aug 2000, 'The Pho Man' Doug McLean wrote:
> > Where are they stored on linux? It says they are at some folder called
> > /GNUstep/.... but I have no clue where that is.
> > --Doug "The Pho Man" McLean
> > "People who want to share their religious views with you almost never
> > want you to share yours with them." - Dave Barry
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