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Old 07-20-2001, 02:24 PM   #1
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Kmail problems

I have SuSE 7.1 and have just upgraded my KDE 2.0.1 to KDE 2.1.1 and very nice it is to, but KMail stopped working, I installed the newer version, and when i ran "make install" I had a message at the end saying "add opt/kde/bin to you PATH". I can only get KMail to run now if I click on the link in that directory, and if I type "KMail" in the console it tells me it can't find the path, so the error seems clear, but where is the file I need to enter the path into to get it working nice.

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