[MonoDevelop] why all the exe files say "couldn't display [the path of the exe file]" when double click to lanuch?
minxinjianxin at gmail.com
Mon Mar 9 22:30:18 EDT 2009
On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 3:12 AM, Tom Spink <tspink at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/3/9 Star Liu <minxinjianxin at gmail.com>:
>> thank you, your analysis are right, and I'm really using gnome on
>> debian sid amd64.
> No problem. I *think* you may have to mess around with .desktop files
> to get this to work - I can honestly say I haven't looked into it
> fully yet, so I can't give you a concrete solution; but I may be able
> to give you a starting point.
> In /usr/share/applications there are a series of .desktop files. If
> you've got wine installed, you should take a look at the wine.desktop
> file and see if you can reverse engineer it to work with mono. Make a
> copy of it, then you should probably change the exec line to:
> Exec=mono %f
> And, of course, each of the lines that describe what the desktop file
> is to reflect the fact that it's the Mono launcher now. Take a look
> at this guide for help on desktop files:
Hi Tom, thank you for the information, I think that's what I need, so
I read the free desktop document and made a desktop file for mono,
here is the content of my new created
/usr/share/applications/mono.desktop(or the attatched)
Comment=The runtime for .NET applications
but it makes nothing change, double click on the exe file still
displays error message "couldn't display....", is there anything wrong
with my desktop file? or anything more i need to do? thank you.
> Hopefully this can get you started. If you've not got the
> wine.desktop file, here it is:
> Hope this helps,
> Tom Spink
> James Brown - "I'm kidding about having only a few dollars. I might
> have a few dollars more."
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