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Thread: Trying to run obsidian on xchat. Cant find the xchat folders..

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    Default Trying to run obsidian on xchat. Cant find the xchat folders..

    The thing said to move obsidian to the xchat config directory.

    I'm assuming he meant the files that were in the tarball. But when I try to copy I get that the folder does not exist or rather that the target is not a directory. I can't find the xchat config folder.

    Copy obsidian2.* to your xchat config directory (~/.xchat2 on Linux,

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    Default Re: Trying to run obsidian on xchat. Cant find the xchat folders..

    I have no idea what this is about (that is not a problem, there are a lot of subjects I know nothing about), but most people here start telling which version of openSUSE they use and which desktop environment (if any). This to help potential helpers in understanding the environment of the problem and maybe even allow them to recreate the problem on their own system. Are you sure your problem is an exception to this rule?
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: Trying to run obsidian on xchat. Cant find the xchat folders..

    On 2013-11-14 01:16, afb1302 wrote:
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    > The thing said to move obsidian to the xchat config directory.


    ??

    > I'm assuming he meant the files that were in the tarball.


    Who is he?

    > But when I try
    > to copy I get that the folder does not exist or rather that the target
    > is not a directory. I can't find the xchat config folder.
    >
    > Copy obsidian2.* to your xchat config directory (~/.xchat2 on Linux,


    What are you talking about? Who are you talking to?

    I'm sorry, I can not understand what you are talking about. Normally
    people come here to ask questions, but it seems as if you are answering
    somebody, but who that somebody is or what he said is not to be found.

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    Cheers / Saludos,

    Carlos E. R.
    (from 12.3 x86_64 "Dartmouth" at Telcontar)

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