alastair at truebox.co.uk
Fri Mar 19 23:27:50 CET 2010
On Friday 19 March 2010, Niek van Ruler wrote:
> I'm using the testing version of 17 03
> I start tangogps with :
> Exec=fsoraw -r CPU, Display tangogps
> in the /usr/share/applications/tangogps.desktop
> But It wont start anymore.
> When I type tangogps in a terminal it starts ok.
Have you tried running the entire command in the terminal? I'm not sure
whether the space between CPU and Display is allowed, but it may tell you what
the problem is.
If you're using fsoraw in a .desktop you probably want to include the -f
switch so it will start even if it fails to get a resource. Give this a try:
Exec=fsoraw -fr CPU,Display -- tangogps
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