> Thank you for your answers. but, this is what says cat INSTALL for
> mkdir build
> cd build
> cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr …/
> sudo make install
> what should I write in “/usr…/”??? should I write my
> where-I-want-to-install-tint2-dir or
> usr/share/ etc.??? and make doesn’t work without cmaking, so thats why
> I asked, I did compile it with cmake - make - sudo make install - but it
> works only from its own dir, maybe because I messed the “cmake
> -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr …/” string and wrote wrong /usr/… path,
> dont know now.
> LXDE works with openbox? ok I should try it, didn’t know, thank you,
> well anyway I want to setup it myself.
hmmmm…you said in your subject line that you are a newbie…so, i
wonder why you are doing all of this trouble?
i mean, openbox–why?
what is openbox’s advantage over the window manager which you have to
really work hard to avoid with a default install of openSUSE??
i’m not saying don’t install openbox, far from it…you are very
welcome to install whatever you wish…
but, this is an openSUSE forum, not a openbox forum, nor a tint2 forum…
you can’t automatically expect there to be tint2 experts in this forum…
if you have a question about what the author of the tint2’s install
file meant for you to put in “cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr …/”
then write him (or her) and ask…or, find a tint2 forum…
note: i’m neither angry nor trying to be dismissive, i’m actually
trying to be helpful in saying you seem to need to find a tint2 guru,
and as far as i know i’ve never seen one of those here…
but i bet you can get on the trail of one here:
try it…and, when you do if you learn that the problem is with
openSUSE then lets work on helping you file a bug report…ok?
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