[scribus] Using the Appimage file version of scribus

Sveinn í Felli sv1 at fellsnet.is
Thu Mar 2 13:55:03 UTC 2017

Þann fim  2.mar 2017 10:36, skrifaði Ian Whitfield:
> I can not get the AppImage to work on my OpSys, (PClinuxOS 64-bit), as
> mentioned before.
> I followed Martin and Ale's method - the AppImage,
> (scribus-git51e1f0d-glibc2.14-x86-64.appimage), is executable, I used
> chmod for this and the 'Properties' Tab confirms this. I do not find a
> 'Run' option when I Right-Click the file name only a 'Run as Root'.
> Selecting this does nothing at all. Double-Clicking the file itself
> brings up a Box asking if I want to add this to the Main Menu, which I
> accept, but nothing else happens!!

Are the Fuse packages installed in your distro?
(libfuse et al..)

Sveinn í Felli

> This is most frustrating as I really need to move up to the latest
> version for the production of my monthly Journal.
> Any additional suggestions will be appreciated!! Thanks!!
> IanW
> Pretoria RSA
> On 03/02/2017 11:29 AM, ale rimoldi wrote:
>> hi martin
>>> Since I tend to make several typos in a line
>> when you're in a terminal you can use the tab key to complete a file
>> name:
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UH4rNs_-2is
>> > like this "chmod +x
>>> scribus-1.5.2-linux-x86_64.AppImage" and since I can never remember
>>> syntax anyway, I just right-click in some file-explorer and go
>>> "properties" and "access rights" and click to make it executable. Same
>>> thing as Greg was saying.
>>> Then I double click on the AppImage file or right-click and pick "run"
>>> and nothing happens for several seconds.
>> yes, using a file manager to make the appimage executable and double
>> clicking it is a very good way to do that.
>> if it fails, running from the terminal can give you some further
>> debugging infos, but using a file manager is the right think to do!
>> ciao
>> a.l.e
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