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cheese module(s) and the version

Postby donec on Mon Jun 23, 2008 3:36 pm

Is there any way to find out what module(s) and the version cheese uses in Elyssa Mint 5 final?
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Re: cheese module(s) and the version

Postby Husse on Wed Jun 25, 2008 9:38 am

?
Please clarify
I don't think it's installed by default
To find the version just start synaptic and search for cheese and you get the version
To find the packages - well that is a tad more difficult - you could run locate -i cheese in a terminal to find all. Perhaps you should run sudo updatedb first
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Re: cheese module(s) and the version

Postby donec on Wed Jun 25, 2008 8:32 pm

The reason I ask is because someone has said they would try and compile a version for Mepis if they had this info.
Husse wrote:?
Please clarify
I don't think it's installed by default
It is not.
To find the version just start synaptic and search for cheese and you get the version
To find the packages - well that is a tad more difficult - you could run locate -i cheese in a terminal to find all. Perhaps you should run sudo
updatedb first
What does that do?
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Re: cheese module(s) and the version

Postby Husse on Thu Jun 26, 2008 7:27 am

sudo updatedb updates the database locate does it search in - it does not search directly in the file system - but even with the tiem for updatedb it is really fast and also accurate
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Re: cheese module(s) and the version

Postby donec on Thu Jun 26, 2008 4:29 pm

Thanks Husse. On another note concerning Cheese, when I did the system updates and they finished Cheese automatically opened. Any idea why this happened?
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Re: cheese module(s) and the version

Postby Husse on Fri Jun 27, 2008 7:38 am

Sorry - I'm not familiar with cheese - apart from what I put on my sandwich now and then :)
Only once?
Perhaps something triggered a "open call" to cheese - I would not worry if only once
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