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I installed screem but I don't know how to run it?
What should I type at the command prompt? Thanks.
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if you use GNOME as your desktop then you can launch screem
from the foot menu in Programs->Development
if you use gmc as your file manager right click on the
desktop and select screem from the new menu
OK, I am a relative newbie to Linux so I am not quite sure
of what I am doing. I am using Redhat 6.2 with the Gnome
Desktop. I unzipped the screem file in my /usr/local
directory. It automatically created a screem subdirectory
in /usr/local wtih the necessary files. I then went through
a series of 3 commands. Here they are:
I assume this went as it should. But I can't seem to get
screem to start no matter what. It is not in the foot menu
or anywhere else for that matter. If I type 'screem' it
says: bash: screem: command not found.
Hope this makes sense. Thanks.
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