OK, I will give it a go and see after I take one more look-see to see if I can
find my mistake in the log I saved.
On Monday, March 14, 2011, Martijn Brinkers wrote:
On 03/14/2011 01:55 PM, Nancy Anthracite wrote:
Yes, I used the long form of the instructions and
it is on the bottom
Do you think I can go back and put the .deb files in right on top of
up installation and straighten it out, or should
I just uninstall
and start over if I can't find my mistake?
It should be possible to install the Debian packages next to the manual
installed packages because the Debian packages are installed in
/usr/share whereas the manually installed packages are installed in
There can however be only one startup script (/etc/init.d/djigzo) but I
think if you already added that startup script manually, it will be
overwritten by the debian installer.
On Monday, March 14, 2011, Martijn Brinkers
> On 03/14/2011 01:40 PM, Nancy Anthracite wrote:
>> The Debian installation instructions said to use the tgz files, and the
>> packages I thought might be for only Ubuntu, so I followed the
>> instructions using the tgz files.
> Can you remember where you have read this? It might be a mistake in the
> The quick installation guide explains how to install Djigzo on Debian
> with the .deb packages. I suggest you first start with the quick
> installation guide to see whether you can install Djigzo using the
> Debian packages.
> I am having some trouble, mainly because I couldn't cut
>> and paste the commands I suspect, so maybe I should just go back and
>> start over with the package files to see if I can straighten it out.
> I have tested the copy-and-paste functionality on the PDF reader that
> comes with Ubuntu and with Acrobat Reader. Which PDF reader are you
>> Kind regards,