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  1. #11
    signetone NNTP User

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    ram88;1929178 Wrote:
    > Yeah, it's OK accept it, otherwise you can't install.

    Hi,

    Up and running.

    Thanks Again


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  2. #12
    ram88 NNTP User

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    signetone;1929205 Wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > Up and running.
    >
    > Thanks Again

    Glad to hear, good Jbidwatchering!


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  3. #13
    signetone NNTP User

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    ram88;1929146 Wrote:
    > Start with the same command from Konsole. and include the patch.
    > >

    Code:
    --------------------
    > >

    > java -jar /home/<userName>/Desktop/hereIsMyJarFile.jar
    >

    --------------------
    > >

    >
    > ps.: it's available from packman (as google01103 posted above):
    > 1.0.2-0.pm.1 openSUSE 11.1 noarch. If you have some problems
    > install it with YaST.


    Hi

    Had to remove the jbidwatcher from packman as it was not the latest
    version and has errors due to Ebay changing its database.

    So I used the above to install
    JBidwatcher-2.0beta11.jar
    but it seems to run from the window.

    It works fine but when closed.

    There is no program in the Kmenu and does not run when ALT+F2 brings up
    the run command, and I type in the command?

    Should there be a command after
    java -jar /home/<userName>/Desktop/hereIsMyJarFile.jar
    to save the program?

    Thanks


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  4. #14
    ram88 NNTP User

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    signetone;1929899 Wrote:
    > Hi
    >
    > Had to remove the jbidwatcher from packman as it was not the latest
    > version and has errors due to Ebay changing its database.
    >
    > So I used the above to install
    > JBidwatcher-2.0beta11.jar
    > but it seems to run from the window.
    >
    > It works fine but when closed.
    >
    > There is no program in the Kmenu and does not run when ALT+F2 brings up
    > the run command, and I type in the command?
    >
    > Should there be a command after
    > java -jar /home/<userName>/Desktop/hereIsMyJarFile.jar
    > to save the program?
    >
    > Thanks

    To create a shortcut in KDE4 right click in a folder (where you have
    read, write permission -examlple in your home/userName direcoty create a
    folder called Applications). Select Link To Application. Fill out the
    boxes if you want but the most important is part is under the
    Application tab. Here into the command field write this:

    Code:
    --------------------

    java -jar /home/<userName>/patch/to/the/bidwatcher.jar

    --------------------

    Replace the typo with the correct patch. And make sure that you have
    included the full patch!
    In Gnome i don't know how to make this. Search the forums or Google for
    creating Gnome shortcuts.
    Good luck.


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  5. #15
    signetone NNTP User

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    ram88;1929925 Wrote:
    > To create a shortcut in KDE4 right click in a folder (where you have
    > read, write permission -examlple in your home/userName direcoty create a
    > folder called Applications). Select Link To Application. Fill out the
    > boxes if you want but the most important is part is under the
    > Application tab. Here into the command field write this:
    > >

    Code:
    --------------------
    > >

    > java -jar /home/<userName>/patch/to/the/bidwatcher.jar
    >

    --------------------
    > >

    > Replace the typo with the correct patch. And make sure that you have
    > included the full patch!
    > In Gnome i don't know how to make this. Search the forums or Google
    > for creating Gnome shortcuts.
    > Good luck.


    I am using KDE4 and YAST.

    Thanks


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  6. #16
    signetone NNTP User

    Default Re: How to install Jbidwatcher from jar


    ram88;1929925 Wrote:
    > To create a shortcut in KDE4 right click in a folder (where you have
    > read, write permission -examlple in your home/userName direcoty create a
    > folder called Applications). Select Link To Application. Fill out the
    > boxes if you want but the most important is part is under the
    > Application tab. Here into the command field write this:
    > >

    Code:
    --------------------
    > >

    > java -jar /home/<userName>/patch/to/the/bidwatcher.jar
    >

    --------------------
    > >

    > Replace the typo with the correct patch. And make sure that you have
    > included the full patch!
    > In Gnome i don't know how to make this. Search the forums or Google
    > for creating Gnome shortcuts.
    > Good luck.


    Hi

    Yes that seems to work, in permissions I ticked executable and moved
    the icon to the dektop.

    I will re-boot but works ok now.

    Thanks


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  7. #17
    ram88 NNTP User

    Default Re: How to install Jbidwatcher from jar


    signetone;1929943 Wrote:
    > Hi
    >
    > Yes that seems to work, in permissions I ticked executable and moved
    > the icon to the dektop.
    >
    > I will re-boot but works ok now.
    >
    > Thanks

    Yeah, of course executable - sorry i forgot to say And you can move
    freely because the patch isn't relative.


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  8. #18
    signetone NNTP User

    Default Re: How to install Jbidwatcher from jar


    ram88;1930005 Wrote:
    > Yeah, of course executable - sorry i forgot to say And you can move
    > freely because the patch isn't relative.


    yes thanks for your help

    all working, with latest version and icon on desktop

    Thanks


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