#228 Cannot read template

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nobody
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2012-09-08
2012-09-08
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I have just compiled and installed the latest muse2 trunk using the included build script but when I start it I get the error:

'Cannot read template'

because muse seems to default to looking for the default template under /usr/share/muse/templates but the templates get installed under /usr/local/share/muse-2.0/templates/ so its an easy fix.

Note I didn't have this issue with the Deb Wheezy packages

Discussion

  • Daniel MacDonald

    Ooops!

    The solution to this error was just to delete the ~/.config/MusE dir and let MusE recreate it on next start.

    I'm aware that Debian likes to put stuff in its own places and there's nowt ye cannae doabootet!

    :)

     
  • Daniel MacDonald

    • status: open --> closed-invalid
     

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