[tomboy-list] one Tomboy note for dual boots
sailingbye at googlemail.com
Tue Jan 26 14:00:24 PST 2010
To set environment variables in Ubuntu I add a statement to my .bashrc file.
This file can be found in your home directory and can be edited with
any text editor, but you may need to tell the editor (or file manager)
to display hidden files. The line you should add, to the end of the
file, will look something like this:
As for Windows, I'm sure there will be a graphical interface for doing
this. Does Vista have a 'Control Panel'? If so I'm sure that's where
you'll find it.
Hope this helps.
From: Sandy Armstrong <sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com>
To: Agus Susanto <gusanto at gmail.com>
Cc: tomboy-list at lists.beatniksoftware.com
Subject: Re: [tomboy-list] one Tomboy note for dual boots
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I can't look up details right now, but I'm sure if you google "windows
set environment variable" you'll find the instructions for doing it in
Windows Vista, and if you ask in the Ubuntu Forums they will help you
set an environment variable in Ubuntu.
Or maybe someone else on the list will help. :-)
On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 9:28 AM, Agus Susanto <gusanto at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes, it is actually written in the last line of this page
> The problem is that I don't know how to do it since it is not explained in
> Please show me how to do it both in Ubuntu and Vista (assumed I have created
> a directory for this purpose called "tom_boy" (/osshare/tom_boy).
> Many thanks.
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