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KwickFind (Locate GUI Frontend)

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KDE Kommander Script

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KwickFind (Locate GUI Frontend)
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KwickFind (Locate GUI Frontend)
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KwickFind (Locate GUI Frontend)
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Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  499
Submitted:  Mar 18 2007

Description:

Locate GUI Frontend
Instantly find files on your computer.
Results are returned in about 1 second.

If a file has recently been added to the system you should update the database (you will be prompted for the root password). Cron may already be setup on your computer to run updatedb every night. If not you may want to add it.

For more info on the linux locate command type man locate in konsole.






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 about installation

 
 by xtended on: Mar 20 2007
 
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hello,
where should i extract the content of the archive?


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 Re: about installati

 
 by 454casull on: Mar 21 2007
 
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Extract to any dir of your choice. Your home dir might be a good suggestion.
Then create a link (shortcut) on the kicker or on the desktop or even in the Kmenu. Or you can simply click on the file in the location you have extracted it to.

Do you have kommander installed?


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 about kwickfind

 
 by xtended on: Mar 21 2007
 
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no i don't have commander installed.
i just simply have to make the file excecutable, right? i've noticed it isn't!


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 Re: about kwickfind

 
 by 454casull on: Mar 21 2007
 
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kommander MUST be installed to use kommander scripts. After you install kommander all that is required is to click on the file.


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 Simple and useful

 
 by PdQ on: Oct 13 2007
 
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I just discovered Kommander and your script is simple and useful.

But for Cron, are you sur it will lauch updatedb at every night? I don't think so. One must instruct cron to lauch updatedb.


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