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    Default Jarnal doesn't start

    Hi guys,

    I'm having a funny problem that I tried several solutions with no results.

    Suddenly Jarnal is refusing to start.

    I removed the complete folder, downloaded jarnal-install.zip , and extracted it.
    I changed the properties of Jarnal.sh to be executable... but still it doesn't even respond to the clicks. The funniest thing, other .sh marked as executable on clicking opens in text editor! but not jarnal.sh
    I got Jarnal from Jarnal Downloads

    Any help highly appreciated.
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    Default Re: Jarnal doesn't start

    What openSUSE version are you using? For 11.3 Jarnal is in the repos and can easily be installed with (assuming you have done su - first):
    Code:
    zypper in jarnal
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    Default Re: Jarnal doesn't start

    thanks lot for your help...

    but out of curiosity, what does this command do? aaah... zyper to install... sorry for being that hmmm... sleapy.
    Just keen to learn from your experience.

    what about instructions shown on their webpage and downloading from there? extracting... changing jarnal.sh to be executable
    It was working before. What might have caused that?
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    Default Re: Jarnal doesn't start

    Quote Originally Posted by limotux View Post
    changing jarnal.sh to be executable
    It was working before. What might have caused that?
    I'm not sure why it wasn't working now. Can you run it from the terminal?
    Code:
    cd /path/to/where/jarnal/is/extracted
    ./jarnal.sh
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    Default Re: Jarnal doesn't start

    it says:
    jarnal.sh: command not found !!!
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    Default Re: Jarnal doesn't start

    What is output of
    Code:
    ls
    ?
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    Default Re: Jarnal doesn't start

    This is the output of ls where jarnal was extracted:

    jarnalannotate.cmd jarnalannotate.sh jarnal.command jarnal.sh templates
    jarnalannotate.command jarnal.cmd jarnal.jar lib
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    Default Re: Jarnal doesn't start

    I highly appreciate your prompt replies... it's wonderful
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    Default Re: Jarnal doesn't start

    Quote Originally Posted by limotux View Post
    I highly appreciate your prompt replies... it's wonderful
    No problem - Anyway in that directory where jarnal is extracted try this:
    Code:
    bash jarnal.sh
    Does that work?
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    Default Re: Jarnal doesn't start

    I just downloaded jarnal-install.zip and let it extract to my Downloads folder. I then when in to Konsole (Terminal) and did:
    Code:
    cd ~/Downloads
    bash jarnal.sh
    And it seemed to work fine. Let me know if you can run it like:
    Code:
    bash jarnal.sh
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