Husse wrote:It should find its way to the menu when it's installed
Open the menu the normal way
Select the menu editor oddly it's called Main Menu
Select the subsection where you want the new menu item
Click on New item
Husse wrote:sudo anjuta
No good to run as root...
The "Add new" has autocomplete
anyway open a terminal and type
and you get the path to anjuta
Note you have to beware of minor and major letters
If it is Anjuta, you will not get any result for anjuta so check that out
When you have the path use it to add to the menu
Husse wrote:You should - well must - find it with the command which. But I've just checked and found out that if the executable is in your home folder which does not find it.
So the path to use would be something like /home/your_username/anjuta/anjuta
and of course the spelling....
use that and it should work. Normally programs don't end up in home - but some do...
Boo wrote:alright i have looked at anjuta website.
so i think you are out of luck with the menu, unless there is a manual way to add it.
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