|Hope this helps you|
|Paul Moir | 1.6.2009 19:37|
I'm a user too. Kubuntu but basically the same underneath.
Use the Debian packages and install it with dpkg (or I think you can just click on the filename and it'll ask you if you want to install it). Ubuntu is based on Debian.
sudo dpkg -i filename
instalation on ubuntu 8.04
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|instalation on ubuntu 8.04|
|Jupry Jupryka | 27.5.2009|
|I use linux desktop ubuntu 8:04, I try to install a terminal program. I have run after the error description "failed to change to directory '~' (no such file and directory)|
|Same problem but after installing on ubuntu 9.04|
|Alejandro Reboredo | 16.6.2009 02:58|
I've the same issue but after installing on ubuntu 9.04 64 bits
no problems during installation process but no way to start application
error msg :
Could not launch 'VariCAD'
Failed to change to directory '~' (No such file or directory)
I'm trying to find where this call is from.
Thanks in advance
|Dan MAO | 23.6.2009 11:42|
|I have same problem. Who can help me?|
|Run as SU|
|Alejandro Reboredo | 23.6.2009 14:59|
You should go to the installation folder and run the Varicad executable as super user.
then you will be able to setup the working folder.
the dektop launcher gives the error always , I don know wy....
|P K | 27.6.2009 14:08|
I think it is a broken shortcut. I created my own on desktop and it starts.
Another possibility is: [alt]+[F2] type there varicad
just type varicad in console (but when you close console the varicad will be closed too)
|Adas Asdda | 21.8.2009 19:49|
|Go to the menu right click -> Edit menu -> Search for the varicad launcher at the (at me it is under the graphics section) choose properties. Under the location replace the /usr/bin/varicad to varicad. IMHO this improvement would be welcame in the further versions.|