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ludo
post Mar 3 2006, 02:20 AM
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Hi Meanie, and any one who could help me

I thought it would be better to start a new thread, but this is a follow-up on the fact I can't have babbletower running: it was originally in
http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=17360

I have tried to write a script called babble.sh to start babbletower, similar to the ones used to run hdcrawler and hdpad.

But when I run
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xlauncher babble.sh

as su - , it doesn't find babble.sh, which I placed in the same directory as hdcrawler.sh

Where should I place my babble.sh script?

Then I created a runbabble containing
CODE
#!/bin/sh
xlauncher babble

But had no success neither.

The reason why I'd like to have babbletower runing is that I'll soon go to Japan and would like to show to some fellow woodworkers the english-japanese woodworking dictionary I did.

Any help, hint, will be highly valued and appreciated.

Ludo
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ludo
post Mar 12 2006, 11:25 PM
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Hi Meanie,

Done!

Works all right, the application launches well though it takes close to 2 mn (Xlauncher + java + babbletower)

Just one last issue that I thought would be better to post in the java section.

Ludo
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