Originally Posted by Hatman KZN
YES - YES - YES.
THANK YOU - THANK YOU - THANK YOU
As usual I misread half the instructions.
I need to learn to pay closer attention.
can the "/usr/bin/(app name)" be used to list all other new apps?
Often. If you type the following command on your command line:
you will see all the directories where binaries (executables) are normally kept, separated by colons.
Sometimes the name of the executable may not be exactly the same as the main name under which the app is known, so it's good to keep that in mind.
Another hundred or so lessons and I can apply for an upgrade to stupid class[/QUOTE]