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Elyor March 19, 2007 01:43

How to make icon for starlaunch in SuSeLinux
 
Hi all, i am using starcd v3.26 with SuSeLinux. Does anyone know how to make icon for starlaunch. Please Advise^^


sidd March 20, 2007 05:49

Re: How to make icon for starlaunch in SuSeLinux
 
Create a launcher on your desktop, and link it to the executable file of starlaunch onto your installation directory.

Elyor March 20, 2007 09:14

Re: How to make icon for starlaunch in SuSeLinux
 
I did several ways for launching star-cd, as you said i created a launcher on desktop, but not working, maybe problem is this: "in order to start Star-Cd i am using remote server license(parallel license)" is there any configuring for parallel license too? also i tried to create by using terminal, it says "Home directory unknown, could not install icons"^^ elyor@linux-cfd:~> . /home/elyor/S

STARDIR: /home/elyor/starcd3.26 STARINI: Default CDLMD_LICENSE_FILE: 1999@168.131.224.120 LM_LICENSE_FILE: /C:/Program:Files/CD-adapco/license/license.dat REMOTETASK: ssh REMOTECOPY: scp

ABSOFT: /opt/absoft FLEXLM: $STARDIR/FLEXLM/9.50/linux64_2.4-x86-glibc_2.2.5 MPICH: $STARDIR/MPICH/1.2.4/linux64_2.4-gcc_3.2.2-glibc_2.2.5-dso PROSTAR: $STARDIR/PROSTAR/3.26.003/linux64_2.4-x86-glibc_2.2.5 RUNTIME: $STARDIR/RUNTIME/1.3.2/linux64_2.4-x86-glibc_2.2.5 STAR: $STARDIR/STAR/3.26.000/linux64_2.4-absoft_9.0a-glibc_2.2.5-dso STARLAUNCH: $STARDIR/STARLAUNCH/1.04.02/linux64_2.4-x86-glibc_2.2.5 STARNET: $STARDIR/STARNET/3.0.6/generic

elyor@linux-cfd:~> starlaunch -icon Home directory unknown, could not install icons elyor@linux-cfd:~>


sidd March 20, 2007 13:06

Re: How to make icon for starlaunch in SuSeLinux
 
I don't know how you start your starlaunch. two cases may be there first you may be having an executable that pre-sets the variables like STARDIR,CDLMD_LICENSE_FILE etc. and then calls the starlaunch from the star-cd installation directory. Or if not so, second may be that you have these pre-settings in your default shell or in your .profile.

If yours is the second case, you can make a seperate executable, with all these pre-settings, and at last call for star-launch. You can link this executable to the launcher in your desktop.

Hope it works.


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