[scribus] R: (forw) [p.rand at alice.it: viva Scribus]

Philip Rand p.rand at alice.it
Wed Jul 9 13:33:39 CEST 2008

Thanks for the reply and the interest - in answer to your questions, I  
have the Scribus icon in the Macintosh Dock. I start Scribus, of  
course, by double-clicking on the icon. Consistent with the  
instructions from SourceForge sources, I get the message saying that  
something called Xterm will now operate. (This is Scribus' initial  
formatting process that could take as long as an hour. But the process  
stops and the message you quoted below arrives. If I click OK, nothing  
else happens, if I click the alternative icon, I receive what seems to  
be a Macintosh script menu. I don't know where to go from there (and  
imagine that languages such as that of DOS have no place in Scribus- 
Mac worlds). So I'm stuck with that message and abort the program.
Hope this is clear,

Philip Rand
Via Monserrato 6
00186 Roma RM
p.rand at alice.it

Il giorno 08/lug/08, alle ore 23:05, Martin Costabel ha scritto:

> Philip Rand wrote:
>> Sequel for MAC -ochists - suite pour les MAC ochistes,
>> As foreseen in the instructions, Scribus wanted to start up on my MAC
>> Intel OX 10 etc. but then gave me a menu saying sh:/sw/bin/int.sh  No
>> such file in directory whereas I had been led to believe that I would
> While I don't understand what you are doing, the message you are  
> seeing
> looks like something from an old Fink installation. Please give more
> details about how exactly you start scribus and how or where you see
> this message.
> "gave me a menu saying sh:/sw/bin/int.sh  No such file in directory"
> and
> "puis je reçois le message sh"
> are too approximative for a precise diagnosis.
> -- 
> Martin
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