#1 infodock does not work under debian

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2001-05-25
2001-05-25
Nasir Amra
No

I have a debian linux 2.2r3 system with lots of woody
packages (its a libranet distribution).
I've attached the output generated when running
infodock ( that came from the package that ran on
redhat linux according to your site).
I do have xemacs21 installed (actually the gtk
version), but debian probably puts things in different
places then redhat linux.
on my system there is an /usr/bin/xemacs21 folder, and
packages are placed here:
nasir:/usr/share/xemacs21# ls
mule-packages packages site-lisp site-packages

<< attempt to run infodock>>
nasir:/opt/beopen-infodock-i386-intel-linux-4.0.8/bin/i386-intel-linux#
ls
b2m gnuattach infodock infodock-4.0.8
pstogif xoobr
ctags gnuclient infodock-4.0.6 install-sid
rcs-checkin
etags gnudoit infodock-4.0.7 ootags
send-pr
nasir:/opt/beopen-infodock-i386-intel-linux-4.0.8/bin/i386-intel-linux#
infodocksu: infodock: command not found
nasir:/opt/beopen-infodock-i386-intel-linux-4.0.8/bin/i386-intel-linux#
./infodock

WARNING:
Couldn't find an obvious default for the root of the
XEmacs hierarchy.
WARNING:
Couldn't find obvious defaults for:
doc-directory
data-directory
exec-directory
Perhaps some directories don't exist, or the XEmacs
executable,
/opt/beopen-infodock-i386-intel-linux-4.0.8/bin/i386-intel-linux/infodock
Cannot open load file:
/home/weiner/infodock/build/i386-intel-linux/lisp/auto-autoloads

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