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Old 22nd November 2010, 04:39 PM
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Perform a Custom System-Wide Alacarte Configuration

Ok ... I have a folder with all the necessary code to run an application. The bin file knows where to locate library files as long as the directory structure is intact from whatever basedir its on.

What I don't know is how to make this application accessible to all the users (with different profiles) on the PC. I'd hate to copy this folder to each user's path. What I'd like is to copy this folder to a location ... say "/opt/theFolder" and have a launcher targeting "/opt/theFolder/theBin" from Alacarte ...

Again I'd like a one-time setting at Alacarte and not different Launcher entries per user within the User's path (hence setting-up Alacarte as normal user). I don't know if any was able to decode this rambling. I'd appreciate a lead in the right direction however ... thanks in advance
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