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Thread: How to search for a file in Opensuse 11.2?

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    Default How to search for a file in Opensuse 11.2?

    When i type in a key word of a file that is certainly on my computer, no results are returned. I remember a while back a certain symbol had to be enetered in order to do the search.

    Code:
    Could not launch the KDE Help Center:
    
    KDEInit could not launch 'susehelp'.:
    Could not find 'susehelp' executable
    that's what i get when i click the help button as well.

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    Default Re: How to search for a file in Opensuse 11.2?

    Hello k3ntegra,

    If you're search for a file without the extension it will not find it. (findme)
    To prevent this just add wildcards. (findme*)

    To get the help to work you need to install the susehelp package.

    Good luck!
    Where did I put my coffee cup?
    dir -R /home/* | grep "coffee cup"

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    Default Re: How to search for a file in Opensuse 11.2?

    Quote Originally Posted by Edward_Iii View Post
    Hello k3ntegra,

    If you're search for a file without the extension it will not find it. (findme)
    To prevent this just add wildcards. (findme*)

    To get the help to work you need to install the susehelp package.

    Good luck!
    Thank you so much Edward

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