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Thread: how do I install gmediafinder? on suse 12.1

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    Question how do I install gmediafinder? on suse 12.1

    can tell how to install it?... I really need this program...

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    dd@home.dk NNTP User

    Default Re: how do I install gmediafinder? on suse 12.1

    On 05/22/2012 05:46 PM, zztopvv wrote:
    > can tell how to install it?


    what have you done so far to install it? did you get an error message
    (what was it?), or in some other way get stuck (in what way)?


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    dd

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    Default Re: how do I install gmediafinder? on suse 12.1

    NoI just do not know how to install it... I'm new
    in ubuntu I have installed... but in suse, I do not know how and where ...
    Please if you know you just tell me how...


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    dd@home.dk NNTP User

    Default Re: how do I install gmediafinder? on suse 12.1

    On 05/22/2012 07:46 PM, zztopvv wrote:
    > just tell me how


    normally i'd say go to http://software.opensuse.org/search and one-click
    install it, but i've already looked and its not there..

    so:

    1. download the source
    2. compile it
    3. install it

    all of those will take a little reading...

    1 - i don't know where to find the source, but i bet google can and will
    help

    2 & 3 - read here http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Compiling_software (and,
    ask questions when/if you get stuck

    note: part of the fun of Linux is being able to do things your Windows
    and Apple using friends can't do...and, part of the fun of openSUSE is
    being able to do thing that your Ubuntu, Mint, Kbuntu and other friends
    can't imagine being possible!!

    Have a lot of fun.

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    dd

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    Default Re: how do I install gmediafinder? on suse 12.1

    thanksman

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    dd@home.dk NNTP User

    Default Re: how do I install gmediafinder? on suse 12.1

    On 05/22/2012 09:56 PM, zztopvv wrote:
    >
    > thanks man


    welcome...if you run into trouble compiling i'd suggest you start a new
    thread, with (something like) "compiling gives [fill in with the error
    message]"

    one of the important things to remember when rolling your own: do config
    and make as yourself, a normal user...only become root to do the final
    make install...(and, you can usually install to your /home without
    becoming root--but then only your user can use the program)

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    dd

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