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On Saturday 19 April 2003 09:16 am, Patrick wrote:
> On Sun, 2003-04-13 at 22:07, lovswr1 wrote:

> > I would like to install this program
> > (http://web.wt.net/~billw/gkrellm/gkrellm.html) on my redhat 9
> > system. The source file is at apps kde.  I got as far as getting the
> > directory knetmonapplet-0.9 into  /usr/src/redhat/BUILD.  I ran the
> > configure & make & make install as root.  Just as I thought, it did
> > not work or I do not know where the install directory for KDE is.  I
> > just let it use the default of /usr/local/kde.  Any light that anyone
> > could shed on this problem would be most appreciated.
>
> Make your life much easier and get whichcd from sourceforge.net
> (http://whichcd.sf.net). Install it and whenever you find something you
> would like to install first check if it's not already somewhere on your
> RH9 cd set with the command whichcd <name>. If it is not part of RH9
> then have a look on www.freshrpms.net and www.gurulabs.com.

Minor correction. I haven't gotten around to making a home page for the
whichcd project yet. The above link points to where that page should be..
This link will work better:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/whichcd/

You'll then be able to do:
$ whichcd -v 9 gkre
Searching in the RHL9 database.

Searching for gkre...
CD-2:gkrellm-2.1.5-3.i386.rpm
SOURCE-CD-1:gkrellm-2.1.5-3.src.rpm

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